Naomi Schneidmill

Election 2000: Third party may swing election

While no third-party candidate has ever won a presidential election, outsiders sometimes play an important role influencing which party steps into the White House. This third-party scenario may significantly affect the outcome of this year’s election. The campaign of Green Party candidate Ralph Nader, some worry, could take away vital votes from Democratic candidate Al […]

Students devote week to service

GW students joined a nationwide movement to volunteer their time to cleanup projects, food drives and children’s activities during GW’s Volunteer Week, which culminated last Saturday. Volunteer Week included eight main volunteer activities on campus and throughout the District. Students all over the country participated in similar events during the 10th annual National Volunteer Week, […]

Campus groups embrace nationwide voting drive

Political groups and activists at GW are joining national voter registration efforts to encourage political participation among young voters. And college campuses are their main target. College campuses are the number one place to start voter registration, said Shannon Flaherty, GW College Republicans vice chairman. GW student groups are spreading enthusiasm for the election through […]