Megan Burns

Holi show illuminates Lisner

The Indian Student Association sponsored a spectacle of music and dancing Saturday night in honor of Holi, the Indian festival of color and spring celebrated after a full moon every March. The three-hour event included 12 separate dance performances in a packed Lisner Auditorium. ISA members said they offered free admission to the event, a […]

SA posts Academic Update

The Student Association posted the Spring 2000 Academic Update and part of the SA test file on its Web site this week. The Academic Update provides data from surveys in which students rate classes and professors in a variety of categories, including speaking styles of professors, the amount of homework classes require and the grade […]

Students doubt SA progress

Members of the Student Association said the SA Senate has passed fewer pieces of legislation so far than in previous years because members are focusing on issues that affect more people and trying to write legislation that makes a difference. The Senate, which convenes weekly, has passed four pieces of legislation since the beginning of […]

Former GW student premieres film

GW graduate Glenn Friedel will now be able to add “film director” to his resum?, thanks to a strong network of GW friends. Friedel’s film, underdogs, premiered at the New York Independent Film and Video Festival at Planet Hollywood Sept. 18. Finishing his master’s degree in film/fine arts at American University, Friedel created a 101-minute […]