"American Gangster" fails to hit the bar and is a only a good movie - not a great one.
Thursday, November 8, 2007
If you love the Tony Hawk series and are dying for more, you'll enjoy this installment.
This year's Greek Week is raising money for various philanthropies and will introduce new members of fraternities and sororities to GW's Greek-letter community.
"The Stonewater Rapture" is at once awkward, funny and heart-wrenching.
Though the play is challenged by an occasionally slow, dialogue-heavy script, the actors' performances are entertaining and impressive.
GW students will always lay claim to certain bars on the 18th Street stretch, but sometimes it's nice to experience new people and new venues.
Law professor Daniel Solove encouraged audience members at Borders Monday night to Google themselves, in an effort to promote awareness about the lack of privacy online.
The Mu Delta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha held its sixth annual Miss Freshman Pageant at Marvin Center Sunday, showcasing five ladies from the class of 2011.
Students and administrators, including University President Steven Knapp, gathered at Marvin Center Tuesday night to call for student-led action in response to the symbols of hate that have appeared around campus.
When Jeffrey Cohen, the chair of the English department, returned to his office after making some photocopies, what he found astonished him.
For the second time this semester, a controversy at GW was all the talk of the blogosphere.
The Student Association Senate approved a director of diversity affairs Tuesday night in its meeting at Marvin Center amid an intensified look by the student government into issues of hate and diversity.
DJ $crilla, widely known for remixing songs to include the names of fraternities and sororities, performed for Greek Week participants at Columbian Square in the Marvin Center Tuesday night.
University officials said Marshak was dishonest in statements to the media and the University Police Department has a signed confession stating she drew more than three of the hate symbols.
Earlier this week officials from the School of Business e-mailed and visited classes prompting seniors to participate in a Business Week survey that helps determine the school's ranking in the publication.
Business Week magazine will pay special attention to GW when calculating its annual business school rankings because of a controversially worded letter from University administrators.
Sting, the lead singer from The Police, performs at Verizon Center Monday night.
Yes, waking up on Monday mornings for an 8 a.m. class is hard, but none of us are doing our professors a favor by gracing the class with our presence when we show up.
About a week ago Thurston Hall had another one of its seemingly countless fire alarms for this semester.
A string of armed robberies last week prompted University police to increase the number of patrols in the northwest quadrant of campus.
Alex Ellis/assistant photo editor Sandra Day O'Connor, a former justice of the Supreme Court, spoke about her career at the Library of Congress midday Wednesday afternoon.
A mixed group of college students and young professionals are brought together by their desire to learn Urdu, the national language of Pakistan.
Sophomore Damian Hollis, recruited to the United States' U-19 team, returned home with a silver medal around his neck.
Both the College Republicans and College Democrats traveled to key states in recent weeks to work for candidates in state legislative and gubernatorial contests.
The co-founder of Colonial Parking, a District garage company named after GW's mascot, died last month at the GW Hospital.
Perhaps the best way to enjoy a basketball game is as a member of the Colonial Army, the men's and women's basketball's student spirit group.
Although the two players seem to blend flawlessly on the hardwood, there is a clear difference in their styles of play, not to mention their personalities.
When GW women's basketball coach Joe McKeown came to Foggy Bottom in September of 1989, he never anticipated being here a quarter-century.
After reaching the Sweet Sixteen and finishing last season as the 11th ranked team in the nation, the Colonials are the unanimous choice of coaches and media for conference champions.
Cheyenne Moore and Wynton Witherspoon decided it was time to turn the tables.
Our sports editors, Joanna Shapes and Andrew Alberg, predict the men's and women's basketball seasons.
In many ways, this year begins a new era for GW's men basketball. In others, it will be business as usual.
This year's recruiting class is headlined by four highly regarded players: Xavier Alexander, Miles Beatty, Joseph Katuka and Jabari Edwards, some of whom may see immediate playing time.
Freshman Jabari Edwards's high school coach, Dan Hurley, is the son of Bob Hurley Sr., who coached...
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