Christina Mueller

Gelman updates technology

One common gripe among GW students is the $50 voluntary library donation, which some claim is tough to opt out of because it is often overshadowed by more expensive costs on the tuition bill. But Gelman administrators hope students, upon their first trip to the library this semester, see that their money has been put […]

GW readies for summer

As students conquer their last finals and dorms begin to empty, heat and humidity sets in and lets people know that it’s summertime in the city. For more than 3,000 students from GW and other schools, Foggy Bottom will remain their home for the next four steamy summer months; internships, employment at the University and […]

WEB UPDATE: ‘Crossfire’ silences debate after 23 years

Posted Saturday, June 4, 2:53 a.m. “Crossfire” host James Carville pointed out on the air Friday that the improbable can happen, such as “Deep Throat” revealing himself, the Red Sox winning the World Series and “Crossfire” ending its 23-year run. The show, one of cable television’s longest-running programs and the first debate program of its […]

Bike thieves find plenty of prey on campus

Last semester, freshman Ben Borden left his bicycle outside the Academic Center while he spent a couple of hours in the darkroom for his photography class. After three hours away from the outside world, Borden walked out of Smith Hall to find that his bike was gone. “I got the bike thinking it could be […]

Tourists invade D.C.

They are blatantly apparent, walking down the sidewalk with sunglasses and maps, pointing at street signs and looking utterly confused. Spring is here, and tourists have officially invaded D.C. As the eighth most popular city to visit in the U.S., according to the D.C. Department of Transportation, the District attracts many families and other sightseers […]

5K run benefits mental health awareness

Fifty-seven participants braved chilly weather at East Potomac Park Saturday morning to take part in a five-kilometer, student-organized run to promote mental health and suicide awareness. Run 5-4 Life, a new student group started by sophomores Sarah Brown and Lauren Furmanek, set up the event, which also gave more than 100 supporters the opportunity to […]