November 8, 2004

Volume 101, Issue 27

Stories from the November 8, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Damaged pipe floods HOVA floors

A damaged hot water pipe flooded three Hall on Virginia Avenue floors late Friday night. Residents were without reliable water service until 3:30 p.m. Saturday. At around 10:15 p.m. Friday, a female HOVA resident kicked a third floor radiator, causing a hot water pipe to burst and damage the northwest side of the building. Water […]

Mail employee suspected of tampering

A GW Mail Services employee is suspected of opening students’ letters last month. U.S. Postal Inspection Service officials are still questioning the employee – whom they declined to identify – and have yet to charge him with mail tampering. Tracy Schario, GW’s director of Media Relations, said the employee has been suspended and is “believed […]

Values a decideing factor in election, profesors conclude

During a lighthearted but fiery discussion at the Jack Morton Auditorium Thursday night, GW professors and campaign officials agreed that values played a large role in President Bush’s election victory. Graduate School of Political Management professors Peter Fenn, Joe Rothstein and Bill Greener hosted the discussion, which also touched on advertising for both parties, the […]

University turns on air in 1957 E Street

It may be November, but for senior Dorie Ain, it feels like July. “It’s been painfully hot for the last two and a half weeks,” Ain, a resident of 1957 E St., said. “The thermostat doesn’t change the temperature and there is absolutely no ventilation.” The University has received several complaints from students who say […]

Philly star lands at GW

As a coach in the Atlantic 10, GW men’s basketball coach Karl Hobbs knows what he’s up against. The Colonials do not have a sparkling new arena or a campus full of green space to show off to recruits. But as he has proven with two strong recruiting classes in 2002 and 2003, Hobbs does […]

Taking classes and getting engaged

Most people don’t expect to meet the person they will spend the rest of their lives with at Colonial Inauguration. But senior Jody Elliott and her fianc?, senior Jeff Schrimmer, are not typical college students. The couple, together now for three years, met at freshman orientation and lived on the same Hall on Virginia Avenue […]

Editorial: Poor service

Last Thursday University officials announced the delay of the class registration process by one week. Citing concerns of over-concentration of certain time slots, administration officials felt students deserved more time to peruse a significantly changed schedule of classes before registration begins. With a revised schedule still missing, the entire situation reeks of University bureaucratic ineptitude. […]

Dorm room recipes

Some may feel that they long for a good home-cooked meal now that they are away at college. Others may be excited about the prospective freedom that now overcomes their kitchen or what may stand in for a kitchen (i.e., George Forman Grill and a bathroom sink), but whoever you are, you are hungry. Here’s […]

Thumbs Up Thumbs Down

Ivory Tower dining venuesEffectively replacing J Street as the dining hall of choice for students, venues such as Coggins’, The Pita Pit and Gallery Caf? provide high quality food and friendly service. The future addition of Dunkin’ Donuts only improves an already positive situation. ANC electionsBeating former Student Association President Kris Hart by a substantial […]

Column: The Call of the Wild

Being recently unleashed from another good relationship gone bad, I find myself once again single and on the prowl. After losing my latest mating partner, my mind raced with questions about the sex lives of single guys and gals. How do these packs of singles survive the cold and lonely winter? Without anyone to cuddle […]