March on Georgetown This past Saturday, 15 GW students engaged in what amounted to a pretty funny stunt by marching to Georgetown's campus and demanding a basketball game between the schools. In the process, they also continued to promulgate their inferiority complex with Georgetown and represented the GW student body in that light.
Stories from the February 27, 2006, Print Edition
A few weeks ago, tragedy struck when I turned on my 20-GB iPod and was greeted by a frowning iPod with little x's for eyes - an icon I didn't even know the iPod was capable of displaying. It was readily apparent that it meant my beloved iPod was in need of repair.
After struggling with courses either closed or crammed into improbably small spaces and taught by adjunct faculty, who are often excellent, but less often available for discussion and/or recommendations "next" semester, a student can reasonably ask, "Where has my ample tuition payment gone?" As at any university, some of your money goes to purposes, administrative and academic, of questionable value, especially when basic educational resources are strained.
Stop hating Let me first get this out of the way: I'm a proud GW Colonial. I cheer for the basketball team. I talk up the school to friends and relatives. I'm even a GW STAR, walking backwards on Fridays as I show prospective students Thurston Hall in all its morning glory.