Congressmen to discuss issues on campus
Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va.), Rep. Martin Frost (D-Texas) and Washington Post reporter Dan Balz will lead a discussion on the issues, problems and policies facing the incoming 108th Congress Monday 1-2 p.m. in the Jack Morton Auditorium. Students will have the chance to ask questions of the panelists during the live Webcast of the discussion.
The Washington Post and GW are sponsoring the event, no tickets required. Doors open at 12:15 p.m.
Winterfest hits Thurston
Thurston Hall Council and GW Dining Services will sponsor two Winterfest holiday dinners Monday and Tuesday from 5 to 8 p.m. in Thurston Hall.
For a reduced rate, students receive an all-you-can-eat holiday dinner, drink hot wassail and cocoa, decorate holiday cookies and enjoy performances by the Troubadours, the Pitches and Emocapella. Students can also get their picture taken with Santa.
Admission to the event is $8.95, payable with meal points, and is open to all students.
In addition to the dinner festivities, all nine floors of Thurston Hall will participate in a holiday tree decorating contest.
Hippodrome offers free massages
The Hippodrome will provide students with free five-minute massages Tuesday, Sunday and next Monday from 3 to 5 p.m. All are invited to stop by and release a little finals stress.
The Student Development Center will also provide free massages at the Mount Vernon Pub and Grill Friday 2-5 p.m.
University Club to host Senior Night
Senior Class Council and the Student Association will sponsor senior night at the GW University Club Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. The event will include free food and door prizes. Students should bring age ID to participate in all activities.
Class Council to sponsor study abroad party
The Second Annual Junior Class Study Abroad Send-off will take place Tuesday night from 7 to 9 p.m. in Marvin Center 404. All students who are studying abroad next semester are invited to come and meet others who are enrolled in similar programs.
Free food and drinks will be provided.
J Street adds to menu
Kaz Sushi began offering pho soup, a Vietnamese broth, last week. Pronounced “foe” by Americans but traditionally pronounced “fuh,” the broth contains a mixture of herbs, spices, noodles and, if desired, meat.
Pho will be available daily at Kaz Sushi for $6.95.
Students interview for AfricaTV
GW students were interviewed for AfricaTV, an organization providing news service from the United States in Africa, as part of an AIDS awareness event Thursday night at the Marvin Center.
The event, which was originally supposed to feature a panel discussion with people diagnosed with HIV, became student-focused after the panelists could not attend because of the snowstorm.
Most of the 11 students who attended the event were interviewed one-on-one for the program to be broadcast in Africa in the near future.