Gabriel Seder

Obama supporters rally in D.C.

D.C. politicians warned backers of Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama in front of Democratic National Committee’s headquarters Saturday that they should not sit on their laurels in the waning days of the campaign. Led by Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., many local leaders voiced their support and confidence in Obama, but they also cautioned […]

Local thefts rise in October

GW and city police forces are reporting a spike in thefts this fall, and officials said it is likely because people are not securing their valuables. With more than a week left in October, 30 percent more thefts have been reported to the University Police Department this month than the same month last year. The […]

GW mulls green group

GW is absent from a list of more than 100 colleges and universities that agreed to work toward eliminating carbon emissions and promote a more environmentally friendly campus. The American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment, a group dedicated to tackling global warming through eliminating carbon emissions on college campuses, invited GW to join the […]

Disability Support Services sees rise in employees, students assisted

Signs litter the walls of Disability Support Services office asking for quiet to accommodate “exams in progress.” But the office is not quiet, it’s busy and it’s getting even busier. The number of students assisted by DSS is up 9 percent from last year and 21 percent from 2004. It’s an addition of 135 students, […]

NASCAR, Nextel CEOs discuss marketing strategy

CEOs representing NASCAR and Sprint-Nextel discussed how to market the fastest growing sport in America for a Public Broadcasting Station series Tuesday. “Capturing the Checkered Flag” is the sixth installment in PBS series “CEO Exchange.” The event, which attracted more than 200 people, took place in the Marvin Center’s Betts Theater. On a set ornamented […]

Omani ambassador discusses Free Trade Agreement

The first female ambassador from an Arab nation came to GW Thursday to speak about the benefits of a recent trade agreement between her country and the United States. The Elliott School of International Affairs hosted more than 100 students, faculty and visiting members of the State Department when Omani Ambassador to the United States […]