Juliette Dallas-Feeney

Juliette Dallas-Feeney: A fond farewell

Dear GW, Looks like you and I are parting ways in a few weeks. I know we’ve had our ups and downs these past three-and-a-half years, but please don’t think I’m leaving you on a bad note. It’s just that my time with you is done (slightly earlier than most), and you and I both […]

Juliette Dallas-Feeney: The unpaid revolution

A revolution is coming. And it will not be funded. At least for now. Who’s going to revolt? Unpaid interns. I’m a three-time unpaid intern. No stipends, no transportation reimbursements, no paid lunches. In fact, for credit-based internships, my parents have technically had to pay for me to be an intern. This is the norm […]

Juliette Dallas-Feeney: Resilient in a recession

Forget that I have CNN and MSNBC on my résumé, the hours I put in at three unpaid internships, the leadership experience I gained in student organizations and my clips from The Hatchet since freshman year – all on top of full course-loads and part-time jobs. Apparently, all my efforts were useless. Last week, Business […]

Juliette Dallas-Feeney: Young and invincible

We’ve been dubbed the “young invincibles” by insurance companies – young adults living without health care because it is either too expensive or we think we don’t need it. Amidst the raucous health care town halls and protests over the summer, older Americans often took center stage voicing their concerns. But young people across the […]

Dominating GW dining

You probably would not recognize Paul Park if you passed him on the street, but he is all over campus. In Ivory Tower, the Law School, the Potomac House, and on E Street, Park has four businesses that make him GW’s own food mogul. Park epitomizes the ultimate GW entrepreneur. He is the only owner […]

Hoping for a hole-in-one

When Taylor Anderson was born, doubting doctors told his parents he would not be able to walk or talk. Twenty-one years later, he’s a junior at GW majoring in economics – and he is teeing up for the experience of a lifetime. Anderson is one of five finalists in a contest called “Who’s Behind Your […]

Local history painted larger than life

The same artist that brought you the mural in Columbian Square depicting hippo and rowing illustrations has embarked on another, more public project on F Street that chronicles the growth of the Foggy Bottom community. Alumnus Calder Brannock is the brainchild behind the mural being painted on the side wall of the Foggy Bottom Grocery […]

Top 10 Cheap Eats in DC

It is not uncommon to pay what seems like a year’s tuition for just a sandwich and a soda in Washington. This insider’s list will give you the best places for good eats for less than $10. Chipotle (1837 M St., N.W. and 3255 M St., N.W.) – This Mexican chain restaurant always uses fresh […]

Where to Go: Discovering the District

Washington, D.C. is full of some of the best hotspots in the nation. And the best part is you do not have to be 21 to experience them. Here are some conventional and not-so-conventional places you can explore in the District. The tourist attractions The National Mall, the Washington Monument, the White House, the Smithsonian […]