Margaret Kahn

Metro Monopoly: A suburban escape

Retreating off campus takes effort: We’re in college and on a budget, with little time to spare between classes, jobs and internships. But sometimes you need an afternoon away from business suits and internship hunts.

Shop like a local

This winter, search for holiday gifts for family and friends at these six independently owned D.C. shops. Hill’s Kitchen 713 D St., SE, open Tuesdays to Saturdays 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sundays 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Though trekking to Hill’s Kitchen’s cozy townhouse requires leaving the familiar Northwest D.C., this quick sojourn along […]

A polling game for politicos

For the Graduate School of Political Management, this election has become a game for political junkies. The political community applied an unconventional approach to election polling with a weekly Horse Race poll this fall, surveying about 170 GSPM students, alumni, full-time faculty and adjunct professors to track presidential candidates’ strategies and performance – not voter […]

Election Night watch parties

On Campus Program Board Marvin Center third floor – 7 p.m. Instead of splintering off into separate parties, GW’s political groups will hold a joint Election Night watch party. The co-sponsoring Student Dining Board will provide $200 worth of free food in the common areas in Marvin’s third floor, and the event will feature giveaways […]

Musical bakes horror into meat pies

The real scares will come the night after Halloween, when the demon barber of Fleet Street comes to campus. Starting Thursday night, a Marvin Center stage will transform into a bloodthirsty barber’s shop for “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” – a musical teeming with gore, angst and cannibalism. Popularized by a 2007 […]