Maura Welch

Promises of sex, love and insurance

A musical comedy singing to the tune of love, sex and scandal takes the stage at West Hall Theater this weekend. “Promises, Promises,” Forbidden Planet Productions’ upcoming spring performance, features an ambitious insurance executive who permits his superiors to use his apartment for romantic rendezvous in exchange for promotional help. Freshman director Henry Morillo will […]

Stepping for charity

Ten step crews from across the country came together to benefit local charities through stepping Saturday. The Nu Beta Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, which includes students from GW, Georgetown and Catholic universities, hosted the 14th Annual Step Your Game Up Charity Step Show at Lisner Auditorium to benefit the Dr. Martin Luther […]

Alumnus hopes for big win in Superbowl

Alumnus Noah Rothstein has a lot riding on the Packers vs. Steelers game this weekend. He didn’t bet on the game, but he does have $1 million at stake. The former Colonial, who graduated from GW in 2005 with a degree in electronic media, paired up with Brad Bosley, a finalist in the Pepsi Max […]

Color heals wounds and restores hope

Whimsical doll vignettes and vibrant folk paintings weave a tapestry that tells the story of two lives in which color and brightness bring hope to tragedy in the latest Luther W. Brady Art Gallery exhibit. “Works by Magda Watts and Malcah Zeldis” is on display in the Media and Public Affairs building until Feb. 25 […]

Humanizing the homeless

When you pass by homeless people around campus, how do you react? Do you drop a coin in their jingling cans? Do you hug your backpack a little closer? Do you offer a sympathetic smile? While the University Police Department encourages students to exercise caution around the homeless, many students remain unsure about how to […]