I accepted the offer as soon as I heard the magical phrase "paid internship" and I quit as soon as I heard the words "toilet cleaning."
Monday, October 4, 2010
For junior Emily Wagner, forming a new club on campus was as simple as "love at first Scrab."
Armed with an accordion and an attitude, 20-year-old self-taught musician Kelly Adsitt has found an ideal stage to hone his musical skills: Gelman Library.
This year's Alumni Weekend proved largely successful in bringing former Colonials back to campus as attendees enjoyed catered dinners, cocktail receptions and a Barenaked Ladies concert.
If our Facebook fingerprints linger in cyberspace, even long after our accounts are deleted, there is no telling who will have access to that information.
Josha Bailey comments on the situation surrounding death of Tyler Clementi, a freshman at Rutgers University.
On November 11, members of the Westboro Baptist Church will picket at GW. They are protesting, "to remind this nation that this next generation of young people have been raised for the devil himself."
University President Steven Knapp touted GW's efforts to support veterans and discussed ways other universities can support student veterans.
Washingtonians had some wacky weather this summer, and others from outside the Beltway have taken note.
GW Men's soccer won against Rider on Saturday 2-0, ending a five-game losing streak.
GW's Division of Information Technology is rolling out an opt-in program designed to test a simpler way for mobile users to access GWireless.
The women's soccer team opened its Atlantic 10 schedule over the weekend, topping Temple Friday and Saint Joseph's Sunday, both by scores of 2-1.
Two years ago, a student organization at GW designed a scholarship program to bring in a student from war-torn Sudan.
Duquesne senior Katie Goss and her sister, GW freshman Rachael Goss, faced off Friday night at the Smith Center. The Dukes beat GW 3-2.
The number of students who have vomited on the Vern Express is taking a significant toll on the shuttle's service and potentially some students' wallets.
Being obese can be bad for your health, and for your wallet.
More than 1,000 alumni and current GW students rocked out to a live set by the Barenaked Ladies in University Yard Friday night.
The Student Association Senate is expected to disburse nearly $500,000 to fund the operating costs of about 270 student organizations this week.
A group of about 40 GW students joined thousands of others to participate in the 24th Annual AIDS Walk Washington Saturday morning near the National Mall.
Sol Café, the student-run coffee cart on H Street, will be unable to re-open under current D.C. vending laws.
The University has launched an initiative across multiple departments to focus on autism research, GW faculty said during a panel discussion in the Marvin Center on Saturday.
Students in professor Price Floyd's public diplomacy course will have an unlikely evaluator this semester: the U.S. Department of State.