November 11, 2004

Volume 101, Issue 28

Stories from the November 11, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Men’s basketball hands Randolph Macon a 61-point loss Wednesday night

While the GW men’s basketball team’s 106-45 win over Randolph Macon College Wednesday showed how dominant the Colonials can be on both ends of the floor, head coach Karl Hobbs knew its outcome does not mean much in the grand scheme of things. No exhibition game, Hobbs said, especially one against a Division III opponent, […]

Record number of youth turned out to vote

(U-WIRE) WASHINGTON – While some political analysts argue that young Americans are apathetic toward politics, a record number of 18 to 29 year olds came out to the polls in last week’s presidential election. More than 20 million people ages 18 to 29 voted last week out of 120 million nationwide, compared to 18 million […]

Unrecognized Greek groups protest exclusion

Two unrecognized Greek-letter groups are protesting their expulsion from a sorority-sponsored kickball tournament. Sigma Alpha Mu and Sigma Alpha Epsilon, fraternities both unrecognized by the University, said they should have been able to participate in Sunday’s Kappa Kappa Gamma charity kickball event because they are students who are friendly with the sorority. Sigma Alpha Mu […]

Greek Briefs

Alpha Delta Pi to raise “ball” for students The Alpha Delta Pi sorority will sponsor its annual “Jail and Bail” fundraiser Thursday to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Alpha Delta Pi President Katie Barrios wrote in an e-mail that students will sign up their friends to be “jailed” in exchange for a […]

Defeat the beast

Over the years, Woody Harrelson has been a natural born killer, a porn king and a white man that just can’t jump. But in Ron Mann’s new documentary “Go Further” (Abramorama Entertainment), he shows his true colors: a down-to-Mother Earth, thinking guy. “Go Further” documents Harrelson in 2001, spearheading the Simple Organic Living tour, a […]

Concert previews: Hem, Evenout & Collective Soul, Earlimart and Badly Drawn Boy

Friday Hem Iota Despite its mellow music, onstage Hem is incredibly energetic and fun. “Most people are surprised we aren’t angels,” songwriter and guitarist Dan Mess? said. “But we like to get drunk and rowdy in between songs.” During the songs you will most likely be hypnotized by these dark lullabies that contrast innocence with […]

Correction

The article “Council Charity Ball raises about $5,000” (Nov. 8, p.7) incorrectly stated that one-third of the event’s proceeds went to subsidizing the cost of food, decorations and music. All of the money raised will go to charity.

One small movement

GW dance students crowded Lincoln Theater Nov. 5 to see a two-part show led by GW associate professor of theater and dance Dana Tai Soon Burgess. His D.C.-based, Asian-American modern dance company, Dana Tai Soon Burgess & Company, is renowned for Asian-inspired works and visual clarity. It is currently celebrating its 12th season. GW dance […]

Space shuttle reopens to public

After once hosting a crew of astronauts and test pilots, the Space Shuttle Enterprise became the home for different kinds of aviators: insects and birds. The craft was left in storage by NASA following its test flights in the 1970s, and the government handed the vehicle over to the National Air and Space Museum in […]

Column: One hour of misery

In two or so months of writing bitter columns, I have slighted the likes of the shoddy GW administration, P. Diddy, Lyndon LaRouche, old people, fickle Red Sox fans, player-haters, SJT, the overseers of Greek-letter life, the GW Hippo, Dick Cheney, the shoddy GW administration, and myself. Oh, and now add your mother to that […]