Thursday Soul Bowl Make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and activity packets for homeless children. Free Hippodrome Bowling from 8 to 10 p.m. 7 to 10 p.m. Hippodrome Sponsored by the Black Student Union GW Academic Success Series: Master Your Stress 4 to 5:30 pm The University Counseling Center, 2033 K St. Sponsored by the […]
February 24, 2005
Volume 101, Issue 46
Stories from the February 24, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Shortly after returning from winter break, sophomore Melissa Veilleux watched as the bed she had been sleeping in just minutes before became covered in concrete and plaster. “It was like a bucket of mud,” she said, referring to the gunk that covered her sheets and pillows. What may sound like a nasty prank is actually […]
Sorority collects soda tabs for Ronald McDonald House The Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority is sponsoring a semester-long soda tab collection to help raise funds for the Ronald McDonald House for Children. The Ronald McDonald House for Children builds and provides free housing for families of children receiving medical treatment in hospitals across the country. This […]
The Colonials will head north on Saturday to face Dayton. GW beat the Flyers 82-73 on Jan. 30 at the Smith Center. Junior Monty Scott (15 points per game) leads Dayton, one of the youngest teams in the A-10. Freshman Warren Williams is a contributor – he torched the Colonials for 18 points in teams’ […]
A photo caption on page 7 of the Feb. 22 issue misidentified a group as the Z 5 Dynasty. It is the Z Phi Dynasty.
Baseball GW turns two this week Freshman Brian Frazier struck out seven batters and did not give up an earned run in his first collegiate start, as the Colonials beat Old Dominion University 6-3 on Tuesday. Senior Ryan Roberson belted a second inning home run and junior Tom Shanley had a RBI single in the […]
Wow! “Diary of a Mad Black Woman,” (Lions Gate Films) has everything! Let’s have a round up: penis jokes, pot jokes, fart jokes, ethnic jokes and hilarious sexism? Check! A young black comedian (Tyler Perry) cross-dressing as a gun-toting septuagenarian? Watch out, Eddie Murphy. Violence targeted at the handicapped? Heck yes! Sounds like the ingredients […]
(U-WIRE) WASHINGTON – A Florida congressman introduced a new twist on the Bush administration’s plan to privatize Social Security earlier this month, sending analysts scrambling to measure its impact in Congress and leaving many students struggling to understand the effects the complex issue will have on their lives. Rep. Clay Shaw, R-Fla., unveiled the “Guarantee […]
Three student leaders agreed this week not to grant a Joint Election Committee request to remove one of its members for alleged favoritism. Four members of the JEC, a five-person body that oversees the March 2 and 3 SA elections, called last week for the removal of graduate student Christopher Jenkins. The members accused him […]
The GW community gathered to celebrate the birthday of the nation’s first president – and the University’s namesake – on the Quad Tuesday evening. Students dined on baked potatoes, cake, pea soup and s’mores, and a fife and drum band dressed in Continental Army uniforms served as the evening’s entertainment. The festivities kicked off at […]