August 31, 2005

Volume 102, Issue 5

Stories from the August 31, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Letters to the Editor

Common sense As I stood in line for over two hours to obtain my ResNet equipment, a question percolated in my mind: Why not simply distribute ResNet equipment to students as they check into their dorms? This would save University residents a lot of time. Instead of being herded like cattle for hours through the […]

Women’s soccer drops two straight to open year

For the GW women’s soccer team, their first win of the season was elusive on Sunday, as the squad fell to the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, 1-0, at the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex. The Colonials (0-2) came in to Sunday’s match looking to improve on their lack of offense in the 1-0 loss to Navy […]

Column: The sure thing

Like the Yankees in October or a Cubs mid-season meltdown, leftist hysteria over President Bush’s Supreme Court nomination was to be expected. Rarely – in baseball or politics – is there ever a “sure thing.” But given that Judge John Roberts has already been linked to an abortion clinic bomber, we can be sure that […]

Volleyball loses on the road

The GW volleyball team opened its season on the road for the second consecutive year, dropping a match to James Madison University 3-1 in Harrisonburg, Va., on Aug. 26. The loss (24-30, 18-30, 30-24, 24-30) drops the Colonials (0-1) into red figures to start the season for the third time in five seasons. The loss […]

Panel speaks out on aid to Darfur

Paul Rusesabagina, a hero during the 1994 Rwandan genocide and the inspiration for the film “Hotel Rwanda,” insisted that Washington needs to do more to save victims in Darfur, Sudan, during a program at the National Press Club Monday. The event, “Taking Action on Darfur: A Capital Alert,” coordinated by the American Jewish Committee, featured […]