Sarah Levin

Column: Protect student rights

Students on this campus feel threatened. Civil liberties such as the right to privacy and free speech are at stake – and we have the chance to do something about it. At 9 p.m. Tuesday, March 30, the Student Association Senate will vote on a resolution seeking to protect the rights of all students on […]

D.C. election day approaches

Republican mayoral candidate Carol Schwartz addressed the Foggy Bottom Association Monday, speaking on taxes, budgets and GW expansion. Mayor Anthony Williams was invited to the FBA meeting held at the Melrose Hotel but was unable to attend. Schwartz is a D.C. Councilmember running for mayor in her fourth election. “I wouldn’t have run four times […]

TGI Fridays to take Debit Dollars

T.G.I Friday’s resumed its usual practice of accepting Debit Dollars on Tuesday and is negotiating with the University over $7,000 in lost revenue. Friday’s stopped accepting Debit Dollars at the end of last semester when the restaurant’s Debit Dollars machine broke, but now General Manager John Faison said the machine is working and the University […]

Student to be campus voice

Senior Josh Singer is taking the lessons he has learned at GW and putting them to use in the local community. The former Student Association executive vice president is running for the Advisory Neighborhood Commission, a local governing board. Singer, majoring in criminal justice and psychology, is the only student seeking one of six commissioner […]

Medical program ranks high

Ranked second in the country by U.S. News and World Report, GW’s Physician Assistant Program is leading the way in the medical world by relieving overburdened medical personnel and reaching out to communities. Program officials said that while it has been ranked No. 2 for three consecutive years, they “don’t think about it.” “Rank is […]