Jake DiGregorio

Weather does not dampen regatta

The parking lot attendants grimaced as the early morning rain stung their faces, but men’s crew head coach Greg Myhr was smiling from ear to ear as he walked around the Thompson Rowing Center along the Potomac River Saturday. GW’s rowing teams hosted the 22nd annual George Washington Invitational Regatta last weekend, finishing sixth out […]

Men’s team counting on frontcourt to play big

Basketball Preview Issue They are the big men on campus. Literally. At heights nearing seven foot, it is impossible for GW’s frontcourt to walk around Foggy Bottom without being noticed. Though basketball is at its core a team game, much of any team’s success depends on its ability to control the paint, where rebounds are […]

Fleet feet advance runner to regional championship

Two years ago, Megan Hogan was in the running to be a collegiate basketball player for Mount Ida College in Massachusetts. That didn’t work out and she no longer plays basketball. But she’s still running. And the GW women’s cross country team is glad she is. In her first semester at GW – and only […]

Same school, new uniform

Sarah-Jo Lawrence is a hard woman to get a hold of – and for good reason. The 2008 graduate is now a Presidential Administrative Fellow at GW, and even though she is not spending as much time on the court as she did last year, she is on campus more than ever. “A lot of […]

Competition is key for volleyball

It’s eight in the morning and the Smith Center is not only bumping, but it’s setting and spiking as well. At this early hour, the GW volleyball team is just hitting its stride. In perhaps the most rhythmic of college sports, coach Jojit Coronel sets the tone. Counting down from three, Coronel sets in motion […]

A race where votes don’t count

It is safe to say that most Americans have wondered what it’s like to be the president of the United States. I’m here to tell you that it’s hell on the back and shoulders. In fact, I was ready to tender my resignation about 20 minutes after I put on the large Styrofoam suit at […]

Live music will cure your finals blues

So you missed Ben Harper in September, Blues Traveler in October and Van Halen in November. There are only a few weeks left to catch some good shows before the year’s end, but luckily there is plenty to choose from in D.C. this month. If you are up for an adventure (in the truest sense […]

This month in live music

Now that midterms are over, there is really no excuse for missing out on the great shows coming to D.C. this November. We all know that the only real way to kick off the month is the Van Halen way, as it seems the classic rock gods have patched things up with frontman David Lee […]

Nickel Creek’s farewell tour makes a stop at 9:30 Club

Web Extra Have you ever broken up with someone, and then been forced to go to some function together and pretend like it is not over? The word “awkward” does not do it justice. It feels like you are just going through the motions. Now, just imagine all of those faked smiles through an entire […]