May 23, 2005

Volume 102, Issue 2

Stories from the May 23, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Column: A new global threat?

Realists rejoice! An expanding, industrializing, authoritarian state is on the rise to counter the United States and usher in either World War III or, at the very least, a second Cold War. As China begins to assert its power in the Asian sphere, policymakers and pundits within the United States have typecast the Chinese as […]

WNBA waives Monta?ana

The Connecticut Sun waived former women’s basketball standout Anna Monta?ana May 16, four days before the WNBA official roster cut down. Monta?ana went unselected in last month’s WNBA draft, but was invited to attend Sun training camp. “I am not disappointed, I am proud of what I was able to do,” Monta?ana said May 17. […]

Crime Report

Theft 5/17 – Public Property – case closed A female student reported that her bike was stolen from the bike rack on the H Street side of the Marvin Center. University Police officers filed a report. No suspects or witnesses. Breaking and Entering – Vending 5/16 – Aston Hall – open case UPD responded to […]

WEB UPDATE: Draft camp notes

CHICAGO – Injury report * GW’s Pops Mensah-Bonsu said he received a few stitches for an injury that he suffered on Thursday. He would not elaborate on the cause of the injury but said it would not stop him and that he is fine. * Illinois star Dee Brown broke his right foot Wednesday night. […]

WEB UPDATE: BU professor to head Law School

Posted Thursday, May 26, 10 p.m. Boston University law professor Frederick Lawrence will be the next dean of the GW Law School, assuming his duties August 1, officials announced Thursday. University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs Donald Lehman handpicked the former assistant U.S. Attorney for southern New York and […]

The bare necessities

Melissa Ichiuji has not enjoyed a good cup of coffee since last year. She stopped watching television in January, and then gave up reading magazines, newspapers, books and the Internet over the following months. She eliminated soda from her diet first, but quickly followed by axing fast food, alcohol, chocolate and meat – before cutting […]

WEB UPDATE: Hall bows out of draft

Posted Thursday, June 16, 11:48 a.m. Men’s basketball fans can breathe a collective sigh of relief – forward Mike Hall announced he will return next year for his final year of collegiate eligibility. The 6-foot-8 Chicago -native withdrew his name from the list of early entry NBA draft candidates on June 15, six days ahead […]

Trachtenberg-Manatt prize goes to free trade fighter

A fierce fighter for fair trade, Lina Musayev received the Manatt-Trachtenberg prize at Sunday’s Commencement ceremony on the Ellipse. While starting two organizations calling for fair-trade policies and volunteering at numerous local charity events, Musayev has been steady in advocating humane labor and improved environmental and social standards. She has also made a name for […]