Jennie Krems

What’s the deal with Colonial Printing?

If you have yet to venture into Gelman Library, you may have missed the newly installed Colonial Printing system with touch-screen kiosks to print wirelessly. Academic Technologies and GW Libraries partnered with a service called Wireless Everywhere, Print Anywhere for Gelman and Eckles libraries. The service uses cloud-based technology which allows print jobs to be […]

Endless food, drinks and music at new jazz club

The Hamilton’s slogan is “Eat, Drink, Listen.” And the newly opened, refined, yet chic jazz house is the perfect place to do just that. The five-week-old club never closes; offering breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and late-night options all under one roof – a rarity in the District. And this late-night food oasis has the best […]

Student bands battle against cancer

Bands from across genres took the stage in the Marvin Center Saturday to compete and raise money to fight cancer. Five local bands, The Mighty Heard, The Couillard Brothers Band, The Legend Lives On, Sam Fox-Hartin and Que Crivella brought an eclectic musical mix to the stage. The Mighty Heard, a mid-Atlantic funk collaboration, ultimately […]

Alumnus debuts at festival

Correction appended A young writer looks out over the New York skyline, pen in hand. As he thinks back on the defining relationships in his life, he writes not of life but of death as he considers what to say in his suicide note. The young writer is the protagonist of alumnus Nate Wolfson’s one-act […]

Org seeks new home with demolition looming

When the small gym next to Fulbright Hall is demolished at the end of the semester, exercise science and exercise and sports activities classes won’t be the only entities looking for a new home. Building K, which houses the Department of Exercise Science, is also home to student organizations like GW Taekwondo, which trains participants […]