Cindy J. Roth

Serving up more than just a hot meal

Red paisley printed carpet covers the floor leading to a table with white cafeteria trays and a utensil divider cradling many forks, knives and spoons in their separate sections. The printed path leads to a tiled floor where a food buffet stretches for about 25 paces. First juice drinks, then salad, fruit, meats, vegetables, rolls, […]

Cooking the easy way

It’s Thanksgiving time again. One of the only holidays that revolves around food. Many have suffered, salivated and survived while preparing and eating the traditional succulent spread. But even a college student can make a full Thanksgiving dinner on a low budget with only one appliance – a microwave. Yes, just a microwave. I’m not […]

Student survival delivered in under an hour

The phenomenon started in the basement of a warehouse in the East Village of New York City. It began with a couple of couriers delivering movies and ice cream to customers in less than an hour. Now serving 11 cities across the country and celebrating its D.C. location’s one-year anniversary this month, Kosmo.com is catching […]

Gas leak halts activities

A worker accidentally ruptured a gas pipe on the corner of 21st and H streets Saturday afternoon, forcing the evacuation of students, employees, shoppers and guests from University buildings and disrupting campus events. The eruption caused the evacuation of the Marvin Center, Lisner Auditorium, Tower Records, Crawford and Lafayette halls, The Schenley and the Quad. […]

Showing off semi-permanent culture

Oct. 11, 2000Rome 2049 p.m. I have never been into the tattoo thing. A lot of people I know have them, but I just do not see the attraction. The idea that the design or mark I put on my body would be permanent is my biggest reservation about tattoos. I doubt that 40 years […]

GW students go behind the scenes in Sydney

The Olympic Games. It is the single biggest sporting event in the world. The name alone demands respect. Most people have childhood dreams of attending the Olympics, but few actually get the chance to go. Those dreams are coming true for 30 students in GW’s School of Business and Public Management. Thirty students studying tourism […]

Readjusting GW life after study abroad

Before leaving for Dijon, France, to study abroad for a semester senior Megan Huszagh prepared for the culture shock she would experience while she was abroad. She learned about the customs, the country and what to expect from French people. But the harshest shock Huszagh said she experienced was the reverse culture shock that came […]

Getting to know the woman behind the mask

When you say the name Jessica Love, the first thought that comes to mind for many is that she simply never stops smiling. This five-foot-four-inch senior from Hilliard, Ohio is the epitome of campus spirit. Love, majoring in communication, is involved in a laundry list of activities around campus and in the community. Her most […]