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Hospital welcomes full slate of residents

GW Hospital will welcome 84 medical school graduates to its residency program in the fall, filling 100 percent of the spots in the program for the first time in several years. At the same time, the number of graduating GW medical students matched to residency programs – the post-graduate training required for physicians who want […]

Gelman strives to spruce up services

Gelman Library’s possible entrance into the ranks of the nation’s research facility elite comes on the heels of a year devoted to making the library more student-friendly. The American Research Library Association will consider admitting Gelman Library this fall, an invitation that University Librarian Jack Siggins said would be a recognition of the library’s expansion […]

Few voters turn out for forum

More office seekers than voters showed up Monday and Tuesday nights to see candidates for next week’s campus elections face off in Joint Elections Committee-sponsored forums. JEC member Darrell Villaruz said poor publicity accounted for the low turnout. “The lack of a charter until January – as opposed to December last year – made everything […]

RHA auctions lottery picks

Freshmen Mike Kolaitis and Chris Voss bought the first pick in the residence hall lottery Friday at the Residence Hall Association’s Martha’s Marathon of Birthday Bargains. “Initially I wasn’t going for the number one pick,” Kolaitis said. “But, when I saw it was auctioned off first and the excitement of the moment, I went for […]

Grad student wins car with a `lucky’ shot

When the Smith Center erupted in cheers Sunday afternoon, it was for more than a Colonials’ basketball victory over the University of Dayton. During halftime of the Men’s game, graduate student Matt Baron won a 1998 Pontiac Grand Am when he hit a layup, foul shot, three-pointer and half-court shot in less than 30 seconds. […]