Susan Shell

SA president reaches out

Student Association President Roger Kapoor has been making progress on fulfilling his campaign promise to “put the `you’ back in GWU,” after implementing changes and showcasing his comedic talent over the summer and during Welcome Week. Kapoor said he is making the SA a bigger part of students’ daily lives while attempting to involve the […]

Junior becomes gameshow’s ‘weakest link’

GW junior Josh Hiscock took the news that he had become the “Weakest Link” with a smile last month, after he survived five rounds of NBC’s latest game show last month. Answering questions such as “what item does the Oscar statuette hold?” (a wreath) and “what composer wrote scores to Jurassic Park and Raiders of […]

Alcohol violations at GW rise, officials cite statute

A recent change in federal law and increasing student enrollment may have caused alcohol violations at GW to increase more than 30 percent last year, University Police Department Director Dolores Stafford said. UPD reported about 600 violations of GW’s alcohol policy in 2000, compared to 465 violations in 1999. Stafford said violations have increased in […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Housing crunch fails to surprise some

Local apartment building employees said this year’s Foggy Bottom housing crunch is no different than past years, although students may think there is a housing shortage in the area. Some apartments around campus remain available, and apartment management said students should be persistent in their efforts to find housing. The Statesman at 2020 F St. […]

GW Unplugged sparks crowds

The GW Unplugged series, halfway through its first year, provides student and faculty performers the chance to showcase their musical talent some place other than the music department or residence halls. The GW Blues Band played most recently with guest Monique Douglas Tuesday night at the Hippodrome. Set in a coffeehouse atmosphere with performers surrounded […]

Soul Revue revives ’80s pop music

The GW chapter of the NAACP transported its audience back to the 1980s by showcasing black artists of the decade with lip-sync and dance performances at the second-annual Soul Revue Friday night. The Revue transformed J Street into cabaret-style setting, as audience members sat around tables watching student performers and dined at intermission. The evening […]