Evelyne Freiermuth

Economics reporter critiques media, public over crisis

An important factor in understanding the recent economic downfall is comprehending the difference between public perception of the economic crisis with its reality, a business reporter of The New York Times said at the Elliott School on Wednesday. Diana B. Henriques, a senior writer at The New York Times and a GW alumna, tried to […]

U.S. Mint director addresses students

Ed Moy, director of the U.S. Mint, spoke to about 50 students in the Marvin Center Tuesday evening about his career in public service and the economic crisis. He said, “even experts will take years to figure out what happened” during the financial meltdown. “It is more complicated problem than partisan blaming,” Moy said. He […]

WEB EXTRA: Sorority hosts fourth annual “Miss Freshman Pageant”

Toochi Ngwangwa was crowned Miss Freshman 2005 out of a group of 11 contestants Sunday night during a pageant ceremony emphasizing students’ academic achievements, community service participation, creativity and personality. The Miss Freshman Pageant, which focused on the theme “Excellence: Unified through Purpose and Poise,” was hosted by the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority and was […]