Kyle Cannon

Kyle Cannon: It’s been a wild ride

By the second day of Colonial Inauguration I was pretty sure I had made a mistake. I felt miserable, out of place and ended up staying with my mom in her hotel room instead of Thurston. I hadn’t met anyone I wanted to be roommates with and was pretty sure I wasn’t ever going to […]

Spring events in Foggy Bottom

There are a variety of events happening right here on campus and through GW organizations. Second Annual Student Art Gala Hosted by Program Board. Friday, April 3, 7 to 9 p.m. City View Room, 1957 E St. Old Rag Hike Join GW TRAiLS on a hike to the top of Old Rag Mountain in Shenandoah […]

Date Night

Romantic Mark and Orlando’s – 2020 P St. N.W. – American // 202-223-8463 This little-known Dupont Circle restaurant has a small menu, but quality trumps quantity. Mark and Orlando’s has two levels. The top floor is an intimate, homey space, where an appetizer and entrée can combine to less than $20. The bottom tier is […]

St. Patrick’s Day in D.C.

Even if you can’t make it to Dublin on March 17, there are plenty of ways to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day in the District. The Nation’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade Sunday, March 15 12 to 3 p.m. Constitution Avenue between 7th and 17th streets N.W. St. Patrick’s Day 8K An 8K road race that […]

Happy Hour Guide

During the week there’s no better way to catch up with friends and relax after classes than by meeting up at a local watering hole. All of these bars are within walking distance of campus and offer some great deals on food and drinks. Tonic 2036 G St., N.W. 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. 1/2 […]

Kyle Cannon: Confessions of a sorority dropout

Many girls begin their college careers either committed to joining a sorority or positive that Greek-letter life is not for them. On this campus, it is easy to find people who will encourage you to rush and join a sorority, but it can be hard to find the alternative view. As someone who rushed, joined […]

Dance dept. hosts show

Students in GW’s dance program were on a mission over the weekend to expose the community to modern dance through their semi-annual dance concert. Danceworks Fall 2006, which attracted more than 240 audience members at each show, featured 28 dancers and seven student choreographers in the Marvin Center’s Dorothy Betts Theater on Thursday, Friday and […]

Randolph caps Welcome Week

It may not have been the best week ever for everyone on campus, but this year’s Welcome Week did offer quality entertainment and good times to new students and upperclassmen alike. The annual 10-day event aimed at offering students everything from free club dancing in the Smith Center to a student organization open house in […]