March 10, 2005

Volume 101, Issue 50

Stories from the March 10, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Crime Log

Burglary 3/5 – West End – open case A man walked into the wrong room and picked up a pair of female shoes while the residents were home. The shoes have been recovered. Disorderly Conduct 3/6 – Thurston Hall – 8:30 p.m. – case closed University Police responded to reports of someone throwing rolls of […]

Editorial: Discrimination at Columbia Plaza

Columbia Plaza apartments are consistently in high demand by students. Enticed by low rent for relatively luxurious units, students queue several months in advance to grab a coveted GW-guaranteed spot in the building – of which the University controls 28 percent. Many more attempt to sign leases on vacant apartments. These facts juxtapose Columbia Plaza’s […]

Owls too much for GW

Late in the Atlantic 10 Tournament final Monday evening, the GW women’s basketball team looked ready to pull off an upset of Temple. After a 19-7 run slashed a 17-point Owls lead, the Colonials trailed 56-52 with less than three minutes left in the game. However, A-10 Player of the Year Candice Dupree came to […]

Special Delivery

Imagine a band composed of musicians who stretch across ordinary musical boundaries to accomplish a shared vision of songwriting. However it is not the ingredients of The Sunday Mail – a guitar, a piano, and a drum-set – that make this band stand out. After all, Coldplay, Ben Folds and even Queen already dominate the […]

Column: Women’s leadership at GW

Five obnoxious Brits dressed up in short skits and go-go boots flashing peace signs and cleavage to screaming 12-year olds. A self-proclaimed feminist standing under a spotlight spouting off about her lower genitalia and charging people for it. Having the most popular use of the word “first” associated with “wife.” These are the images of […]

Women’s basketball team has high tournament hopes

The question GW women’s basketball fans should be asking should not be if, but rather who and when. The Colonials compiled a 22-8 record and after reaching the Atlantic 10 Tournament final, they look like a lock for an at-large bid in the NCAA Tournament. However, they must wait until Sunday to find out their […]

A well-oiled machine

In the battleground of computer animation, the two behemoths of Pixar and Dreamworks reign supreme. Their different styles and philosophies, as well as their long-standing rivalry have garnered most of the press. Largely ignored is the third biggest studio, Blue Sky, who produced the 2002 hit “Ice Age” and now “Robots.” With its unique style […]

Rockstar Genes

With dark hair falling over his face, freshman Jesse Zakarin looks a little more like he belongs at Van’s Warped Tour, not in the HOVA residence hall. But perhaps that’s because it’s in his blood. After all, Jesse’s 24 year old big brother, Michael, plays guitar for The Bravery. For Jesse, The Bravery’s D.C. performance […]

Greek Briefs

Alpha Phi raises $2,000 for national philanthropy The Alpha Phi sorority raised $2,000 last week for the prevention and treatment of heart disease in women. Alpha Phi has sponsored Heart Week three years in a row to raise money for its national philanthropy, the Alpha Phi Foundation, which provides funds for heart disease programs. Heart […]

“V” is for Vagina

“Nine and a half years old. I was sure I was bleeding to death,” freshman Emma Spaulding recited. Last weekend Spaulding and 13 other GW females performed The Vagina Monologues to packed crowds and enthusiastic applause. The Feminist Majority Leadership Association sponsored the play in its fourth straight year at GW as part of the […]