Washington, D.C., professional sports went through its version of the Dark Ages from 1999 through 2004. The District had been devoid of a baseball team since 1971, and more recently, all the beltway teams struggled to even break .500 as the playoffs became a memory of years past. Professional sports in the nation’s capital was […]
June 15, 2005
Volume 102, Issue 3
Stories from the June 15, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
More than three months after a fire charred a ninth-floor room in Thurston Hall and left a freshman badly burned, the University is still evaluating a response to ensure safety in the building. Sophomore Kevin McLaughlin awoke early March 22 to a fire engulfing his room. Hundreds of students packed the stairways and scrambled out […]
‘Crossfire’ ends run at GW Incoming freshmen and their families excited to see the famed screaming matches on CNN’s “Crossfire” will be disappointed after the show’s recent cancellation leaves a void in one of Colonial Inauguration’s must-see events. The show, one of cable television’s longest-running programs and the first debate show of its kind, made […]