Rebecca Rothbaum

Spotlight:Capital savings through small business

Juniors Eric Cartier and Jack Binder are attempting to change the reputation of sales and build their resumes at the same time. Door-to-door salesmen and small business owners, the men recently started their own small business called the Capital Savings Card. Working with an idea they conceived last February, the two finance majors are selling […]

DC Diary: Jazzing it up

HR-57 1610 14th St. Thursday, March 7 8 p.m. If there was any doubt in your mind about the future of jazz and blues, it is thriving in Washington at HR-57, the Center for the Preservation of Jazz and Blues on 1610 14th St. Accompanied by my friend, I somewhat reluctantly headed toward Dupont Circle […]

Food for thought

Making the switch back to living on campus after the winter break is not just difficult for students, it is hard on their stomachs. Mom, I mean, J Street is what’s for dinner! Changing from a kitchen at home open around the clock to J Street that only serves food on fixed hours is causing […]

Bargain hunting in the District

Dinner at the Four Seasons in Georgetown dressed in a designer Versace outfit followed by front-row seats for Broadway show at the National Theater might be a typical Saturday night for D.C.’s wealthier residents. But college students without a budget the size of the capital can still afford to have a good time in the […]

To rush or not to rush

And the rush is on. Greek recruitment took place on campus this week, as GW’s 11 fraternities and seven sororities enticed students to join their organizations. According to the Office of Greek Affairs, 13 percent of GW men and 16 percent of GW women are members of sororities and fraternities. Although the Greek-letter community is […]