Marielle Mondon

Senior Stories: Stephanie Moser: The interesting intern

It’s hard to believe that for School of Business student Stephanie Moser, taking advantage of D.C.’s professional opportunities was once a daunting task after a quiet freshman year living on the Mount Vernon campus. “At first I just thought I would never understand how to get around,” Moser said. “I was kind of nervous about […]

Senior Stories: Andi Israel: The go-getter

Graduating senior Andi Israel has always been ambitious. It was that ambition that made her pack up her belongings and head to D.C. from Los Angeles, and it was her ambition that landed her an array of high profile internships during her time at GW. When Israel decided she wanted to intern at the Department […]

Weather forces Fountain Fling inside

With dismal gray skies and the threat of rain, the second annual Fountain Fling on the Mount Vernon campus drew a smaller turnout than last year’s event. Fountain Fling, which was launched last year as a combination of Program Board’s Spring Fling and Mount Vernon Programming Council’s Fountain Day, had to relocate events from the […]

Controversial practices mark student organization elections

As executive board campaign season winds down for many student organizations, some group members in multiple organizations have raised concerns over the policies established for student elections. The Student Activities Center allows every student organization to establish its own constitution and campaign rules. With the freedom for students to maintain and manage their groups, this […]

D.C. job market sees slightly higher growth than national average, study says

Web Exclusive Students hoping to find work in D.C. after graduation may have better luck than anticipated, according to a recent report from Delta Associates, a research firm specializing in research, advisory and publication services. According to the report, the D.C. area job market is recovering more successfully from the economic crisis than other cities. […]

University to renovate Strong Hall for sorority housing

GW Housing Programs will renovate parts of Strong Hall in preparation for the building’s shift to Greek-letter housing this fall – including adding a backyard plaza to hold social events – a University administrator said last week. Strong Hall – currently GW’s only all-female residence hall – is slated to house members of Chi Omega […]

Knapp visits Olympics, travels to build alumni network

University President Steven Knapp traveled to Vancouver for the 2010 Winter Olympics the weekend of Feb. 19, one of many trips Knapp has taken to try to build a GW network in cities around the world. Although his home on campus sits at the corner of 20th and F streets, Knapp has spent much of […]

Residents to move back into TKE house

The residents of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity house plan to begin moving brothers back into the house later this month after being displaced when the house’s roof was deemed a danger after last week’s historic snowstorm, the fraternity’s president said Monday. The four residents of the house were relocated to Guthridge Hall when one […]

Fraternities take slightly more men than last spring

Web Exclusive About 11 percent more students than last year accepted bids during fraternity spring rush this year, IFC President Bill Hulse said Friday. Hulse said 100 male students accepted bids from fraternities – an 11 percent increase from last year’s spring rush total of 86 men. Hulse added about 91 percent of students who […]

All-female dorm to house males

One of the newly designated all-female housing options, 2109 F Street, has four permanent male D.C. residents living in the residence hall. At the end of last semester, the University announced that Strong Hall – currently GW’s only all-female residence hall – will be changed to sorority housing next year, offering spaces to Chi Omega […]