Jen Wolfe

Graduate documenting corruption in Rio de Janeiro

Andrew Fishman is taking on corruption in Rio de Janiero, fighting back with Brazilians’ own words. The alumnus created Rio Radar to spark conversation about public security in the South American capital. Fishman aggregates stories told in Portuguese and translates the interviews into English, aiming to be bias-free by seeking individuals with opposing viewpoints. Fishman, […]

Novice colonial brings veteran experience

Veteran Tommy Davis has been tasked with arduous, often intense missions in the Middle East. His most recent mission? Graduating from GW. Davis has spent the last six years in unwelcoming places, calling disaster-stricken Haiti and a war-torn Afghanistan his short-term homes, but at the beginning of his sophomore year, he finally feels at ease. […]

New law may increase vendor competition

Hao Nguyen has been working as a vendor across from Gelman Library for 18 years, often selling his snacks and sodas seven days a week. “The students are so nice, they don’t make me tired… that’s why I’m happy to work here,” Nguyen said this week, with a big grin across his face as a […]