Three years is a long time to wait. In a collegiate career, it is almost a lifetime.
Monday, April 14, 2008
On Senior Day, the GW lacrosse team dropped the ball.
GW took fifth place in the overall competition with 103 points while taking fourth in the women's category and fifth in the men's.
When Jackson Trugman couldn't decide which of his five female friends to take to the Pi Kappa Alpha formal this weekend he told them to apply.
Freshman Angelica Febrillet prefers diet sodas to those with sugar. She thinks it seems to be a healthier choice.
I'm sitting in a Prague bar talking to three American expatriates when I learn a word that's part of the expat lexicon here in the Czech Republic: czechxican.
Taking an elevator to the ninth floor of New Hall is not as easy as it would seem for a relatively new building with three working elevators. That's because only two of them make stops on the top floor.
Sophomore Carly Donnelly and junior Jeffrey DeSousa enjoyed a friendly Thursday evening at Luigi's Restaurant.
Students, administrators and advisers all agree there are problems with the Columbian College's advising system, but opinions differ on how, and if, the issues can be resolved.
About 500 GW students and community members camped out in Smith Center Saturday night as part of a walk-a-thon that generated about $60,000 for cancer research.
Ira Glass, who began his radio career at National Public Radio when he was 19, hosts "This American Life," and now a television spin off on the Showtime Network under the same name.
Students, alumni and administrators donned gowns, tuxedos and gold hippo pins Friday night in celebration of a pseudo-secret society's 12th annual induction dinner, which was held at the Law School.
Catholic groups on campus and throughout the District are preparing to celebrate this week's arrival of their revered religious leader, the pope.
Fifteen years ago a small group of GW students gathered in a campus dining hall to celebrate Indian dance. That annual event occurred again on Saturday night, but now with several thousand attendees and celebrities at DAR Constitution Hall.
The post-Final Four coaching carousel is spinning and some think GW's head men's basketball coach is aboard, waiting to be plucked.
Starting May 30, Megabus, a subsidiary of Coach USA, will become the second company to open a route between downtown D.C. and New York's Penn Station that can cost riders as little as $1.
The Washington Nationals' Felipe Lopez dives toward Braves shortstop Yunel Escobar and second base during Atlanta's 10-2 win Saturday afternoon at Nationals Park in Southeast D.C.
Members of the Black Student Union celebrated the organization's 40th anniversary Friday night in Marvin Center, reflecting on the group's historic role as a voice for black students at GW.
Among a throng of protesters, one GW student was arrested outside the White House Sunday as he and other demonstrators gathered to protest the genocide in Darfur.
The Multicultural Greek Council is working with the University to gain more credibility among administrators and other Greek-letter communities on campus.
Former GW Law School professor William E. Kovacic took over as chairman of the Federal Trade Commission earlier this month following his appointment by President George W. Bush.
If academics are to be the focus of the new GW, new advising must be the first step toward this future.
The media is risking its proper place as just a bystander to the process and is having real effects on the presidential campaign's outcome.
I have to deal with potential employers reading about how I wish smoking was still allowed in D.C. bars in order to mask the smell of people's farts.
It is important that the University take a critical look at the ethics of their business partners and stop placing money before its main objective of educating tomorrow's leaders.
Web Extra Piles of hair and newly shaven heads filled Kogan Plaza as Buzzing 4 Change celebrated five years of contributions to kids with cancer Sunday afternoon.
Web Extra This summer, the School of Business is offering a class that will teach students how to create an online, virtual world where characters can talk, do business and make money.