Meghan McNamara

GW to participate in national alcohol survey

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism selected GW to participate in a four-year study to educate students on the statistics of alcohol usage on college campuses. The U.S. Department of Education will send the Social Norms Marketing Research Project survey to a random selection of GW students by mail by the end of […]

CADE sponsors wellness fair

The Health and Wellness Steering Committee, part of the Center for Alcohol and Drug Education, encourages students to save a little love for themselves this Valentine’s Day by sponsoring the Love Your Body Fair Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Hippodrome. “The Health and Wellness Steering Committee recognizes that there are many […]

CDs, CRs debate issues

Representatives from the GW College Republicans and GW College Democrats went head-to-head Thursday night during The Last Great Debate in the Hippodrome. The groups participated in a mock presidential debate moderated by CNN’s Burden of Proof co-host Roger Cossack. The format of the debate was consistent with the presidential debates, with general questions presented to […]

Students join AIDS Walk

GW students chanted the GW Fight Song as they walked across the Memorial Bridge to the Lincoln Memorial during the AIDS Walk Saturday, joining church groups, area university students and individual marchers from across the region. The 13th Annual AIDS Walk benefited the Whitman-Walker Clinic, a volunteer, community-based health clinic that offers outpatient medical care, […]

GW classes follow political campaigns

GW professors are utilizing the University’s location to educate students about politics and government as the November elections draw near. Sarah Binder, an assistant professor of political science, said she begins each class with a discussion on political parties and interest groups. She said these discussions focus on political news related to course material in […]

Job Guide: Resume tips

What will I do after I get out of college? It’s a perennial question from college students. For many the answer may be graduate school. But for others, a college diploma signifies an end to life as a student and entrance into the real working world. Whatever track GW students may choose, GW’s Career Center […]

Tips to get the job

Walking into a potential employer’s office with a nervous attitude, little eye contact, sloppy manners and an inability to answer questions can be fatal to an interview. That is why the Career Center has provided the courses and material to educate students on the proper way to be an interviewee. Making a good first impression […]

Rainforest group fights corporation

The Rainforest Action Network, a group dedicated to fighting corporate interests detrimental to the environment and human rights, is rallying support at GW. Founded in 1985, the California-based organization recently turned its attention to Citigroup, the amalgamation of Citibank and Salomon, Smith, Barney, now North America’s largest financial institution. RAN members said Citibank funds environmentally […]

Long lines await freshmen

The elevators were simply not good enough for people moving into Thurston Hall on August 23 – the day the residence halls opened their doors for the new school year. Instead, some people chose to scale the nine-story building’s two staircases with items such as large-screened televisions, trunks, rugs and even mini-refrigerators. It was not […]