The program matches female college students with middle school girls to discuss topics like sex education, sexism, female empowerment and bullying.
Over Valentine’s Day weekend, GW’s Feminist Student Union tackled the V-word “nobody wants to say” in 19 short soliloquies that were humorous, uncomfortable and occasionally heartbreaking.
After what owner Kirk Francis called a frustrating and taxing process that began in March, Captain Cookie plans to open as soon as it sets up tables and chairs on its second floor this week.
For years, MRP Realty toyed with the idea of installing an ice rink along Georgetown’s waterfront. But it wasn’t until a 10-foot surge of water from the Potomac River flooded restaurants like Tony and Joe’s Seafood Place in April 2011 that the project became possible.
As a transfer student from New College of Florida, senior Eliza Miller found it easy to spot areas in need of improvement in GW’s social scene. So when Lunch With Strangers, an experimental social website, made its way to D.C. this summer, she jumped at the opportunity to bring it to GW.