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Students create snack delivery service

Three GW students launched www.collegesnacks.com this week, a company that delivers late-night snacks exclusively to other GW students. Delivery will be available Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11 p.m. to 4 a.m.

Similar to the now defunct kozmo.com, the site will offer items including Ben and Jerry’s ice cream, Otis Spunkmeyer cookies, brownies baked goods, and Stouffer’s frozen pizza. Prices range from 50 cents for a can of soda to $4.50 for a pint of Ben and Jerry’s vanilla ice cream.

Customers will also receive a free condom with each purchase, because the founders of the company are working with local health departments to promote safe sex. Part of the business’ proceeds will go toward AIDS research.

Juniors Matt Mandell, Tim Calise and senior Anthony Balestrieri created the company. Mandell and Calise also have another Web site business, VarsityText.com, which allows students from around the world to trade, sell and buy books.

Campus hosts Superbowl parties

Sports fans can watch Super Bowl contenders the Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers battle it out from the couches of the Hippodrome Sunday night.

The fifth floor of the Marvin Center will have free food and play from 6 p.m. until midnight.

Hillel will also hold a party Sunday starting at 5 p.m. at its building at 23rd and G streets. Free wings and burgers will accompany the game.

Magazine reconginzes information officer

Computerworld magazine named GW Chief Information Officer David Swartz one of the business world’s premier 100 Information Technology leaders in its Jan. 6 issue.

Recipients are chosen based on their technology leadership, innovative approaches to business challenges and using creativity, among other factors.

Yoga workshop focuses on art, politics, spirituality

Jivamukti Yoga method co-founders Sharon Gannon and David Life will hold a yoga workshop Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Building J.

Sponsored by the Georgetown Yoga Center with the help of the Theatre and Dance Department, the workshop will cost $60 with a valid student ID.

Two groups light up the stage

Capitol Goga, GW’s female comedy troupe, will hold a show Friday night from 10 to 11:30 p.m. in the Dorothy Betts Theatre in the Marvin Center. Tickets cost $3.

Generic Theatre Company will host its 24-hour play this Friday evening through Saturday evening. At 9 p.m. on Friday, interested parties should meet in Lisner Auditorium Downstage to write shows that will be performed the next night. Directors will then lead actors throughout Saturday afternoon, and the company will finish up with a show at 10:30 p.m. that night.
-Julie Gordon

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