Danielle Sheer

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Speaker highlights women’s challenges

Actress Camille Cooper described barriers women face to students in the Marvin Center Tuesday night as part of Women’s History Month. “When a woman becomes a scholar there is usually something wrong with her sexual organs,” said Cooper, quoting philosopher Friedrich Nietsche. Her lecture, titled “What’s the Price of Beauty,” highlighted double-standards women face on […]

Students bid for top pick

Freshman Melanie Bernstein thought her housing selection number guaranteed her the worst housing on campus. That is why she and three friends entered the 35th Annual Martha’s Marathon auction in J Street Saturday. “Our housing numbers won’t allow us to live together so our only option is the auction,” Bernstein said. The four women bought […]

Show gives step a modern beat

The members of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. sorority stepped their way into their Fourth Annual Charity Step Show overall championship Saturday night in Lisner Auditorium. The show raised $2,000 for The March of Dimes. Historically black fraternities and sororities from D.C. and Maryland competed to show off new twists of traditional step moves for the […]

GW departments post jobs online

Finding summer jobs or internships was once a difficult task, but it is now much easier thanks to the internet. Students used to have to sift through local newspapers to find a part-time job, make tedious phone calls and nervously await call-backs for interviews. But now the Web offers job-finding tools students everywhere are using […]