Catherine Villnave

Roommate experiences: communicating and coping

When junior Geoff Doner came home to his dorm room at the beginning of freshman year, there was a list of rules posted on the front door. The rules regarded cleanliness and roommate behavior, but it was just the beginning for this quad of freshmen. “He was a super nice guy,” said Doner, who met […]

WEB UPDATE: Rove addresses GSPM grads

Posted Sunday, July 30, 5:20 p.m. Karl Rove, White House deputy chief of staff, defended the importance of politicians in his speech at the Graduate School of Political Management’s Commencement ceremony Saturday in Lisner Auditorium. The strategist widely known for being instrumental in the election and re-election of President George W. Bush, promised to avoid […]

CI Guide: A guide to popular professors

When registering for classes, incoming freshman may be able to read a course description to find out what the class is like. But that description does not give any insight into how good the professor of the class is. Many students say the professor makes or breaks a class. A great professor makes a bad […]

WEB EXTRA: CUA newspaper accuses school of hiding issue

Prospective students visiting Catholic University this past weekend were greeted with a plethora of publications advertising the benefits of attending the Northeast school for their undergraduate studies, but one rack was conspicuously empty. The editor of the school’s newspaper said that on Friday the admissions office removed copies of the school’s student newspaper, which featured […]

Community group may sue to block campus development plans

The Foggy Bottom Association will likely file a lawsuit Friday to stop GW’s 20-year proposed development plan from moving forward in the city approval process. Representatives from the group were backed by the Federation of Citizens Associations of the District of Columbia and the Committee of 100 on the Federal City at a news conference. […]

GW interns help create new World Bank store

Students will only have to walk a few feet from campus to buy authentic crafts and foods – potentially with Colonial Cash – from countries in South Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America once a new store created by a division of the World Bank opens next month. The store, created with the […]

Students to help rebuild New Orleans communities over spring break

Like many other students, sophomore Jacqueline Miller-Meher is heading south this spring break. But Miller-Meher is not headed to the beach – she’s going to rebuild a city. This year, GW’s Office of Community Service is sending 44 undergraduate and graduate students to New Orleans for Alternative Spring Break. The students will be working along […]

Journalism professor brings craft to Indonesia

It’s a new year for journalism professor Janet Steele, and once again, she is facing a classroom of students who hope to learn the ins and outs of reporting. But this time, instead of presiding over a room of students in Foggy Bottom, Steele is teaching on the other side of the world in Jakarta, […]