Paula VanLaningham

Authors strip down Bush spin

“All the President’s Spin,” the new book by founders Ben Fritz, Bryan Keefer and Brendan Nyhan, seems to have been researched and written primarily for the entertainment of those who have, at one time or another, listened to President Bush speak and wondered why he just didn’t use a thesaurus. Like many of the […]

D.C. women’s shelters provide for those in need

In the United States, a rape occurs every five minutes; every nine seconds a woman is physically abused; and nearly 500,000 women are homeless. Although efforts have been made to curb these numbers, they remain extraordinarily high nationwide, both within major urban centers and in rural towns. By age 18, nearly one out of every […]

Putting your best foot forward

Woody Allen once quipped, “Eighty percent of success is showing up.” He may not have meant showing up at the GW Career Center, but he would have been right if he had. Allen’s comment sums up the Career Center’s mission fairly well. Figuring out when and where one should start looking for employment opportunities is […]