Rachel Gould

SA investigates Oshana

The Student Association Finance Committee held a special session Monday night to investigate Vice President for Judicial and Legislative Affairs Justin Oshana’s decision to make a complete listing of student organization expenditures public. The heated meeting, which had to be moved to the Marvin Center Amphitheater because so many students showed up, ended when Oshana […]


Stress series discusses sucessful sleep The Coping with Stress Series on the Mount Vernon Campus will discuss secrets to successful sleep, including methods for falling and staying asleep Tuesday from 7 to 8 p.m. in Eckles Library. The event is sponsored by the department of Recreational Sports and Fitness Services, and is open to all […]

SA investigates Daleo spending

Student Association Executive Vice President Eric Daleo may have allocated Senate funds toward the GW Farmer’s Market without going through the proper channels, according to a report issued this week by the investigative arm of the SA. At issue is whether Daleo “initiated” the market, held on Kogan Plaza in October, making it eligible for […]

Transfer student numbers rise

After spending time in D.C. working long hours as members of Louisiana Congressman Lee Fletcher’s campaign staff, Kirk Williamson and Jamie Hennigan were convinced it was time they left Monroe, La., for the excitement of the District. “I love meeting all the diversity of people,” Hennigan said. “At our college (in Louisiana) everyone is from […]

GW announces last Greek Village spots

University officials announced the names of the last three Greek-letter organizations to receive spots in Townhouse Row Dec. 18 after attempts to swap property with fraternities that already own houses fell through. The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity and the Alpha Phi and Kappa Kappa Gamma sororities each signed nine-month leases for 24-bed houses in the […]

Greek Village spots named

GW announced the names of three sororities and two fraternities receiving a spot in the Greek Village townhouses, currently under construction and set to open next fall. University officials said property negotiations with some fraternities are continuing and the groups receiving the remaining three houses will be announced before Dec. 18. The Alpha Delta Pi, […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: University names last three groups for townhouses

Posted 8:30 p.m. Dec. 22-University officials announced the last three Greek-letter organizations to get spots in Townhouse Row Wednesday. The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity and the Alpha Phi and Kappa Kappa Gamma sororities each signed 9-month leases for 24-member houses, set to open next fall. Alpha Delta Pi, Delta Gamma and Sigma Kappa sororities and […]

University limits priority registration

GW is eliminating priority registration for about two-thirds of students who traditionally register early. Officials said the number of students in organizations that register early climbed to about 26 percent of undergraduates this year and has caused upperclassmen to get shut out of classes. More than 10 student organizations and programs were allowed to register […]

Greek Briefs

Greek Briefs Alpha Phi Alpha and Delta Sigma Theta to discuss relationships The Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and the Mu Beta Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority will hold a discussion on African American male/female relationships Tuesday from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Marvin Center. Clips from popular movies will be shown […]

GW may add writing requirement

An initiative in the works will replace English 10 and 11 next fall with freshman writing workshops and will add “writing intensive” courses for upperclassmen, officials said. Administrators said the new curriculum will give freshmen with different skill levels the same “base knowledge” and get them more interested in learning. Neither requirement would affect current […]