Felicity Forsyth

2007 graduates to enter larger job market

Students graduating from GW this year can expect more job opportunities than the class of 2006, a report recently found. Companies are hiring more college graduates because of a stronger economy, according to a survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers. It found that employers expect to hire 17.4 percent more new […]

Computers in dorm labs may be removed, replaced with wireless

  Computer labs in residence halls may be phased out and replaced with wireless common areas, a University official said. Alexa Kim, executive director of Technology Services for Information Systems and Services, said the need for these labs has decreased because of the number of students who own computers. She said there is no timeline […]

WEB EXTRA: Trick-or-treaters descend on Embassy Row

Hundreds of trick-or-treaters swarmed Embassy Row Tuesday collecting candy and treats from the world’s diplomatic institutions. About 150 college students made up the majority of trick-or-treaters. Witches, bumblebees, fairies, spidermen and flappers filed in and out of embassies including those of Latvia, Greece, Kenya, Korea and Guatemala. Sophomore Liz Hassel, who was dressed as a […]

D.C. AIDS Walk raises money for clinic

The Graduate Public Health Student Association was the largest of 13 GW groups that participated in the 20th annual AIDS Walk Saturday. D.C.’s AIDS Walk is a 5K fund-raising event for HIV/AIDS treatment beginning and ending in Freedom Plaza, at 13th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. The money goes to the Walker-Whitman Clinic, a D.C. nonprofit […]