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What to do in D.C.

Explore sides of the District with your family that you never had time to visit during your years at GW. National Gallery of Art 4th St. and Constitution Ave. NW Pop into the free National Gallery of Art while exploring the National Mall before graduation on Sunday. Browse the permanent collection, featuring Small French Paintings […]

Naylor Court soars from early campus beginnings

Naylor Court finished their last song of the night Friday, but the audience was not finished with them. The full crowd at the Rock N’ Roll hotel demanded an encore. The lively band played the high-energy tune “Home” by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros as the crowd, recognizing the melody, immediately yelled out and […]

Framing the moment through a new lens

The ability to capture an instant in time, in both their public and private lives, captivated a group of post-impressionist artists in the late 19th century. “Snapshot: Painters and Photography, Bonnard to Vuillard,” the newest display at the Phillips Collection, features photographic works by Edouard Vuillard, Pierre Bonnard, George Breitner and four other artists more […]

Generic Theatre Company presents Edward Albee’s bizarre romantic tale

Falling in love with a goat, in one architect’s experience, can stir some murky relationships. For its final production of the semester, the Generic Theatre Company debuts the dark and complicated love story, “The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?” The bestiality-based saga centers around Martin, an aging but successful architect who falls in love with […]

Fright night open mic

The sound of a ukulele echoed through an isolated room in Ivory Tower Friday evening. Junior Behram Riar, a business major, started off the Halloween-themed open mic night, jointly sponsored by the GW Review and Wooden Teeth, jamming on the Hawaiian instrument. Riar serenaded the audience with the twang of his ukulele, playing one original […]

Freshmen take to the stage for showcase

Fluorescent stage lights gleam on Brodie as he tries to convince his friend Henry to masturbate with him. The provocative scene from one of six freshman one-acts, featured in Generic Theatre Company’s upcoming freshman showcase, is what actor Nick Ong calls “the climax of ‘Juvenalia.’ ” “Juvenalia” is a play about the everyday life of […]