Stephanie Robichaux

A trip to the dentist, Malaysian style

Junior Stephanie Robichaux, a double major in journalism and anthropology, is spending the spring semester studying with the Semester at Sea program. A few times this semester she, along with other students spread out across the globe, will share her experiences and observations abroad as one of The Hatchet’s “GW expats.” “Be on the 8:30 […]

Thank you: eye to eye

Junior Stephanie Robichaux, a double major in journalism and anthropology, is spending the spring semester studying with the Semester at Sea program. A few times this semester she, along with other students spread out across the globe, will share her experiences and observations abroad as one of The Hatchet’s “GW expats.” Earlier in the voyage, […]

GW Expat: Stepping off the boat into Brazilian beauty

Junior Stephanie Robichaux, a double major in journalism and anthropology, is spending the spring semester studying with the Semester at Sea program. A few times this semester she, along with other students spread out across the globe, will share her experiences and observations abroad as one of The Hatchet’s “GW expats.” After a week at […]

Studying abroad in the U.S.

When GW students think of “study abroad” they think of traveling in countries in Europe, Latin America and Asia, but for some students, “studying abroad,” means coming from those countries to GW’s campus for a semester. Each semester, a handful of international students arrive in the U.S. capital to get a taste of D.C. life. […]

Stepping up to the Hill: a page’s life

Before last week, many might not have known what a Congressional page’s job was on the Hill – let alone their role in a sex scandal. Despite all this excitement, many GW alumni of the program remember the day-to-day routine. For Congressional pages, there is no such thing as a typical day on Capitol Hill. […]

Capitol Steps: poking fun at politics

Well, they certainly don’t have a problem with running out of material. The Capitol Steps comedy group has been performing political satire for students and parents at Colonial Inaugurations since 2000. “The goal of CI is to introduce GW and city life to students and their families, and the Capitol Steps is a fun, yet […]

Some grads skip ceremony

Instead of joining his classmates on the National Mall at Commencement Sunday morning, graduate Chris Kline was settling into his new apartment in Arizona. Kline decided to forego the Commencement ceremony and head back home to find a place to live before he begins work Monday. Kline is one of hundreds of graduates in the […]

Panelists discuss why Murrow matters

A group of those who were close to broadcaster Edward R. Murrow discussed the journalist’s legacy from World War II to the McCarthy era, as well as what he would have thought about news coverage today, at a panel discussion with journalist Marvin Kalb Monday night. At the latest installment of “The Kalb Report,” co-sponsored […]