Emily O'Neill

GW wins Indian dance contest

Men and women danced, jingled and circled around the stage of Lisner Auditorium Saturday night, as GW took first place in the fourth annual Raas Chaos intercollegiate Raas-Garba competition. The event was hosted by GW’s South Asian Society, a group that promotes South Asian culture through performing traditional folk dances originating from the state of […]

No matter who wins, election night will be a party at GW

Election night will be the closest GW will come to having a big football game-like atmosphere this fall. As the votes are being tallied Tuesday night, most students will be anxiously awaiting results in the Marvin Center or staying glued to a television at one of the many election-themed parties being held in apartments, clubs […]

GW prof. writing biography

Journalism professor Mark Feldstein is working on writing the first published biography of former investigative reporter and columnist Jack Anderson. The 81 year-old Anderson was once at the top of Richard Nixon’s “enemies list,” a compilation of his administration’s main political adversaries. He won the Pulitzer Prize in 1972 for revealing the Nixon administration’s leanings […]

Target trip draws freshman

Two Welcome Week events provided students with buses to Target and advice from interior design students to help with what can be the first test of college: transforming cramped quarters into a cozy dorm room. Students gathered in the Mount Vernon Pub and Grill Wednesday night to receive tips from GW interior design students on […]