October 21, 2004

Volume 101, Issue 22

Stories from the October 21, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Crime Log

Disorderly Conduct 10/17 – Thurston Hall – 8:13 p.m. – case closed A male student was seen throwing water balloons from his eighth floor window. The complainant worked with Community Living and Learning Center staff to identify the subject’s room; the subject was the only person in the room at the time. Referred to Student […]

Varsity Roundup

Men’s tennis Results from Oct. 15-17: Seniors Matt Treadgold and Jake Jopling won the Flight A doubles bracket at the Hampton Roads Invitational of Newport News. Junior Will Timmons had a strong tourney, taking the Flight C singles bracket. Women’s tennis Results from Oct. 15-17: Freshman Kendell Swenson had a strong weekend at the Hampton […]

Gore questions Bush’s competence in Georgetown speech

Former Vice President Al Gore said in a Monday speech at Georgetown University that the Bush administration had always wanted to invade Iraq and never considered more peaceful options “We were told by the president that war was his last choice,” Gore said. “It is now clear from the newly available evidence that it was […]

Franken, Liddy discuss talk radio at Kalb Report

A panel of radio hosts discussed the impact of talk radio on this year’s presidential campaign at a forum moderated by journalist Marvin Kalb Monday night at the National Press Club. The panel, which featured liberal commentator Al Franken and conservative host G. Gordon Liddy, differed over Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry’s war record and […]

UPD: No proof of assault

A University Police investigation over the last few weeks concluded that there is no evidence to support allegations that three GW basketball players initiated a fight with Lulu’s Mardi Gras employees earlier this month. Metropolitan Police officials are still investigating the incident. “UPD has completed our investigation,” UPD chief Dolores Stafford said. “Basically, our findings […]

GW employees suspected of stealing $77,000

Two GW employees are being investigated for allegedly stealing close to $77,000 in separate incidents that University Police officials said are unrelated. In one incident, which was reported Oct. 12, an employee working for the Office of the Vice President and Treasurer is suspected of altering and cashing two GW checks totaling $61,964. In another […]


Thursday Showing of “Crucible of War” Postwar Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia 7 to 9:30 p.m. Elliott School of International Affairs Room 213 Take Back the Night Rally to end domestic violence and sexual assault 7 to 11 p.m. Kogan Plaza Sponsored by the Feminine Majority Leadership Alliance, Raising Awareness Involving Survivor Empowerment, Neighbors Project, Phi […]

Enjoying the art of cigar smoking

“You want a glass of water?” asked Will Sauer Monday night. “Your mouth can get pretty dry smoking these things.” Sauer would know. The GW senior, who still remembers smoking his first Cuban cigar when he was 13, said he developed an appreciation for the sophisticated habit when he was in high school. He is […]

Column: A memo: We’re all boxed in

A memo from Students for Student Involvement on Campus: Fellow Colonials/hippos, the advancement of our University, which will certainly boost GW into the Top 50, and then the Top 10, has reached a dangerous impasse. And we are boxed in. It’s certainly no fault of the University; our president has served us admirably, his warmth […]