D.C. Councilwoman Carol Schwartz, R-At Large, chastised her opponent last week for his use of College Republicans in his Sept. 9 primary victory.
Monday, September 22, 2008
Tensions between Capitol Hill and the D.C. City Council escalated last week as lawmakers tried to settle D.C. handgun restrictions in the wake of the historic overturn of the city's 32-year-old ban in June.
The University's Web site will undergo a complete alteration in the coming years as part of a comprehensive effort to make it more navigable and efficient.
The opportunity to study abroad does not end with an undergraduate diploma, but it does take on a different form.
The prime minister of Kuwait appeared at the Elliott School of International Affairs Thursday to accept the President's Medal before a group of GW students and international dignitaries.
GW students pride themselves on the high-profile connections this campus affords them, but some of the most meaningful connections are a little closer to home.
As college kids, we know strikingly little about economics. Before you start rattling off facts about supply and demand, those aren't the economics I am talking about.
Hippo or no? It's time to set the record straight.
By almost any measure, junior striker Andy Stadler has been the number one story of the 2008 GW men's soccer season, and deservingly so.
If there were ever a time to show sympathy towards Yankees fans, it may be now.
Though the men's tennis team's fall season does not count in the standings, the Colonials' individual players have a lot on the line.
What department at GW is most comfortable using the Internet, blogs and Facebook to connect with its students?
Knitting is not just for grandmothers anymore. GW students are getting in on it too.
A college student's guide to eating healthily, cheaply and happily away from home.
Folks, I think we have a drinking problem. Admitting it is always the first step, right? So let's talk about this.
Two heads are better than one, especially in Jill Niebrugge-Brantley and Patricia Lengermann's classical sociological theory class.
Administrators rebuffed reports last week that the University was phasing out its unofficial hippo mascot.
A significant portion of the University's construction costs this year will be paid for by fund raising, as part of an ongoing strategy to reduce the school's reliance on debt.
Pizza Italia, the well-known freshman hangout across the street from Thurston Hall, is fighting to keep its doors open in light of falling sales, inconvenient construction and the University's mandatory J Street spending policies.
ARLINGTON, Va. - The GW College Republicans did not have to work hard to win over resident Monina Nader during their canvassing trip Saturday here.
FAIRFAX, Va. - Wearing campaign pins and T-shirts, members of the GW College Democrats headed to the D.C. suburbs on Saturday to "turn Virginia blue."
The District took a different spin on fashion by going international with only a hint of New York's traditional savvy and chic at D.C.'s Fashion Week last week.
Palestinian and Israeli youth met last Tuesday night in the Marvin Center to discuss a peaceful coexistence that would end the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.