Sebastian Bahos tapped the ball past GW men's soccer goalie Jake Davis for the first of the Chanticleers' four goals against the Colonials Friday, a celebration was in order.
Monday, September 20, 2010
Four weeks into the fall semester, the student-run Dining Services Commission has yet to hold a meeting and has no members except for its chairperson.
Liquor license applications for some local businesses were met with mixed reaction from residents of Foggy Bottom and the West End last week.
Three full weeks into the semester, Student Judicial Services has received six reports of students smelling cigarette smoke in their residence halls.
University officials presented designs for the new School of Public Health and Health Services building to Foggy Bottom and West End community members at an Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2A meeting Wednesday.
Members of the Foggy Bottom community voiced their concerns about the disorderly conduct of GW students on the Foggy Bottom Campus last week.
After 20 minutes of play, the GW men's soccer team seemed to have a good handle on its game against Costal Carolina on Friday, but ultimately lost 4-0.
Pulitzer-Prize winning author Junot Diaz stressed the importance of the arts, writing and reading in today's society Thursday evening.
The changing identity of fraternities and sororities at GW highlights the need for the Greek system to re-evaluate its responsibilities and functions.
GW students without the Student Health Service health insurance will once again have to pay for influenza vaccinations.
Every GW student, from the timid freshman to thejaded senior, has been advised to escape the bounds of our familiar campus and immerse ourselves in the dynamic city around us.
Hiring a new dean last spring who holds no business degrees might be the best move the George Washington School of Business has made in a long time.
This year at the Newman Catholic Student Center, four young missionaries are marketing Catholicism with Chipotle to promote Mass attendance among Catholic students on campus.
For us, these Greek letters stand for our values and commitment to each other. Our fraternities and sororities are committed to helping their members grow into better men and women during their time at GW.
GW's Alternative Breaks Program amped up service efforts this fall, adding more locations and leaders for its popular winter and spring break community service trips.
A man arrested in August after attempting to swallow small bags of cocaine at GW Hospital was arraigned last week.
Roving restaurants selling sweet snacks are taking over our streets, lunch breaks and Twitter feeds. A nice break from mundane cafeterias, the trucks can keep your stomachs - and your wallets - full.
Students dining at Sodexo-run facilities on campus this year will be eating meals on environmentally friendly products.
When the members of her sorority first asked for a personal chef, Victoria Hartman didn't take it seriously.
Roving restaurants selling moving meals are taking over our streets, lunch breaks and Twitter feeds. A nice break from mundane cafeterias, the trucks can keep your stomachs - and your wallets - full.
The political tides are turning against Democrats, the first ever Politico-George Washington University Battleground Poll released Thursday found.
A vicious stereotype has spread among females worldwide: the idea that all men ever want, is sex. Though I can attest that this stereotype is true, there are rare instances when sex is secondary, especially during Shark Week.