Stacey Mittin

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Larry King celebrates donation to GW at MPA opening

Larry King made a surprise appearance at the Media and Public Affairs building during a ceremony Thursday to commemorate Westwood One Radio’s donation of more than 1,000 reel-to-reel tapes to GW. The collection includes 50 years of radio news coverage, including reporting during World War II, original Larry King programs and the “World Today” news […]

Students find temp jobs

After one week of 5 a.m. wake-ups this summer in order to make her 6 a.m. waitressing shift at a Boston restaurant, GW junior Juliana Phillips said she had enough. That’s when her summer plans changed. The 21-year-old picked up a phone book and called a Boston temporary employment firm. Within two days she had […]

SAC develops alcohol-free events

Weekend fun at GW doesn’t have to include alcohol, according to the founders of Triple Play, a new program on campus. The program, a collaboration between the Community Living and Learning Center and Student Activities Center, will provide funding, advice and publicity for non-alcoholic campus events on weekends that are open to the GW community. […]

GW students protest against hate crimes

Students gathered to fight for their rights and take a stand against violence, according to a CD handed out at the Religion Week event Wednesday in the Marvin Center. Four speakers from organizations committed to stopping hate crimes discussed a growing national trend and ways to curb the violence with about 40 students. Michael Liberman […]

Speaker enlightens HOVA about scandals

Daniel Ellsberg, who played a role in the Watergate scandal and the Vietnam War, spoke about scandal and cover-up in the Nixon administration Tuesday at the Hall on Virginia Avenue’s Watergate 723 program. He encouraged students to risk their futures to expose untruths and uncover wrongdoing – to make a difference in the world. “I […]