March 24, 2005

Volume 101, Issue 51

Stories from the March 24, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Students honor deceased friends

Two GW students who passed away last year will be remembered on campus thanks to efforts to organize memorials in their honor. Friends of Jennifer Dierdorff and Hasan Hussein, who both took their own lives last spring semester, are working on projects to commemorate the two students. Dierdorff’s memorial fund plans to name a bench […]

Not a false alarm

Thurston Hall residents living on the same floor as a student severely burned in a fire Tuesday said their exit from the building was delayed because of crowded stairwells. Many ninth floor residents also admitted they did not leave the building quickly because they thought the fire alarm was just another of the dorm’s notorious […]

Column: Final thoughts on a whirlwind postseason

Travel, I’ve had my share. After spending a combined six days in Cincinnati and Nashville, I feel like I’ve been everywhere. I didn’t exactly cross the deserts bare or breathe any mountain air, but I did see a nice chunk of the country these past few weeks. Now, after five states, 16 total hours on […]

Women rise, then fall in North Carolina

Start the slideshow! Start the slideshow! CHAPEL HILL, N.C.-Some mountains are just too steep to climb. The No. 9 seed GW women’s basketball team fought until the end but could not overcome No. 1 seed North Carolina Tuesday night. The Colonials struggled offensively at the Dean E. Smith Center and were bounced from the NCAA […]

Varsity Roundup

Golf Golf finishes fourth at William and Mary Invitational Senior Brian Carroll shot a three-over-par 147 to place second individually in the William and Mary Invitational in Williamsburg, Va. on Monday. The Colonials placed fourth as a team. Sophomore Jack Tyler was the next best Colonial finisher, carding an eight-over-par 152. William and Mary topped […]

Tourney run gets fouled up

Start the slideshow! NASHVILLE-Remember the rambunctious kid on the playground? You know, the one who looked like he might have the potential to out-jump, out-run and out-hustle almost anybody – but just wasn’t quite there yet? That was the GW men’s basketball team Friday night. The No. 12 seeded Colonials stayed within a few points […]

Baseball rips Hornets

Once again, Tom Shanley is coming up big for the GW baseball team. The junior infielder socked two homers in the Colonials’ win over Delaware State Tuesday afternoon. GW slugged its way to an 11-6 victory at the Hornets’ Soldier Field. The Colonials recorded 12 hits and knocked out four home runs in the win. […]

Film Review: “Melinda and Melinda?”

For a number of different reasons it’s difficult to make any kind of qualitative judgment about Woody Allen’s newest film. The film offers too many indications of genre types and categories. But oddly enough, or maybe not if you’re a Woody Allen fan, this peculiar characteristic is responsible for the film’s successful portions. “Melinda and […]

Web Update: JEC postpones announcement of run-off results until Friday

Posted Friday, March 25, 12:44 a.m. This year’s Student Association presidential election just won’t end. The Joint Elections Committee will announce the winner of this year’s run-off by 5 p.m. Friday. The JEC announced late Thursday night that because of violation hearings that could remove both candidates from the election, they would announce the results […]