January 27, 2005

Volume 101, Issue 38

Stories from the January 27, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

SA Notes

Senate may put more money into co-sponsorships The Student Association Finance Committee received $105,173 from the 2003-04 budget surplus on Tuesday night. Some of that money will be given to student groups as co-sponsorships. The SA has $57,369 remaining in the co-sponsorship fund, an amount that can be increased by the Senate. Co-sponsorships allow the […]

Calendar

Thursday Theta Delta Cheese Help the Homeless by donating canned food or paying a dollar for a grilled cheese sandwich 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Kogan Plaza and H Street Terrace Sponsored by Theta Delta Chi Miriam’s Dialogue Discuss poetry and literature with soup kitchen attendees 8:15 to 9 a.m. Miriam’s Kitchen, 2401 Virginia Ave. […]

Greek Briefs

Fraternities, sororities ready for spring recruitment Twelve fraternities and two sororities begin spring recruitment next week with a variety of events. The spring recruitment period, traditionally shorter and less formal than fall recruitment, will take place between Jan. 31 and Feb. 5. Sigma Delta Tau and Phi Sigma Sigma are the only two of GW’s […]

Journalism interest increases

More reporter notebooks and tape recorders could be spotted on campus if applications for next year follow University and national trends. The number of students who applied to be journalism majors in the School of Media and Public Affairs reached an all-time high last year, with 371 applicants, 87 more than the year before. “There […]

Analysis: Colonials bothered by zone, injuries

Playing with a broken nose, as it turns out, is not so much painful as it is a pain. Just ask Pops Mensah-Bonsu, who took a shot to the face during his team’s loss to Massachusetts Jan. 15. After having surgery, the forward played the following two games with a protective mask, which was so […]

Crime Log

Credit Card Fraud 12/3 (reported 1/21) – Marvin Center – open case A student reported to University Police that someone stole his credit card from his wallet, purchased a $390 iPod digital music player from the Marvin Center and then returned the credit card to its original place. Disorderly Conduct 1/23 – Public Property – […]

Temple on tap for GW women

Coach Joe McKeown knows what it’s like to be a nationally ranked team. Since the 1990-91 season, his GW women’s basketball team has cracked the Top 25 at one point or another every year except for 2000-01. This year, the Colonials have been looking up at a few ranked conference opponents. On Jan. 20, the […]

Editorial: Stay classy, GW

On Tuesday, the men’s basketball team suffered another heartbreaking, last-second loss to Xavier. The students who filled the Smith Center filed out hanging their heads in disappointment after the team lost its third game out of its last four. The only thing these fans should be disappointed with is their conduct before, during and after […]