Andrew Snow

Column: The view from the ground

R’ANANA, ISRAEL – While the disengagement anywhere was difficult to watch, it was even more so in the settlements where there was minimal disobedience. It involved settlers crying, police crying, soldiers crying and yes, even a few from the media seemed to be moved by what was going on. The sights and scenes during the […]

Departing Seniors: Thirty inches of Snow

A few things need to be cleared up before I say goodbye. My time at GW should be over in less than three weeks, but it is not. I am not graduating, but I will in eight semesters because I took a semester off, so it is technically on time, just Snow time. So this […]

Aramark chefs compete in cook-off

Two Aramark chefs cooked, fried and sauteed halibut Thursday in Thurston Dining Hall as they competed in GW’s first “Chef Challenge,” modeled after the television show “Iron Chef.” About 30 GW students eating early dinners Thursday witnessed the competition as the two chefs hurriedly prepared very distinctive varieties of the saltwater fish. Charles “Chet” Thomson, […]

Photographers abused and arrested

Police Academy, SW Saturday, Sept. 27 1:13 p.m. They removed my handcuffs. My hands are free to slip the laces back into my shoes. I grab my wallet out of the clear police evidence bag and stick it into my back pocket. I just spent 26 hours in police custody, handcuffed – just for doing […]