Theresa Crapanzano

DC Diary: Prowling with a bargain hunter

April 18, 2000Filene’s Basement1133 Connecticut Ave.3:25 p.m. When I was a child, I used to always love when my mother told me it was time to save some money. I’m not a miserly soul, it’s just with my mom and me, saving money meant we either were going to make our rounds at the mall […]

Job Hunting Guide: Student interns get low pay, big perks

Even before Monica Lewinsky made interning one of the most famous forms of student employment, co-eds had been coming to Washington, D.C., with visions of internships dancing in their heads. Many GW students said that while their wallets have not grown thicker from their internships, their wealth of knowledge and job preparedness has increased while […]

University examines excessive lab printing

Students and faculty printing documents in campus computer labs may have to pay for some of their copies in the fall, said Jack Siggins, University librarian. Because of the astronomical number of documents students and faculty were printing out at free terminals around campus and the cost posed to different departments, a subcommittee was formed […]

Smoke evacuates Aston Hall residents

Aston Hall residents were forced to evacuate the building for about an hour and 20 minutes after a fire extinguisher filled hallways on two floors with smoke Saturday. Joe Gasper, who lives on the eighth floor, said his friend who lives across the hall knocked on his door at about 5:40 p.m. When he opened […]

Committee calls PB, MCGB races

The Program Board/Marvin Center Governing Board Elections Committee declared Seth Weinert the winner in the Program Board executive chair race, according to preliminary election results. The Student Association Elections Committee had not completed its preliminary tally as of 4:30 a.m., but counts thus far showed presidential candidates Jeff Marootian and David Burt in a tight […]

Upcoming elections to use paper ballots

Students will use paper ballots to cast their votes in the Student Association, Program Board and Marvin Center Governing Board elections Tuesday and Wednesday because of a communication error, said Jeff Baxter, SA Election Committee chair. The Election Committee – which governs the SA – and the Joint Elections Committee – which governs the PB […]

Aki’s serene vocals and heartfelt lyrics mesmerize listeners

Mix together the passionate ivory-pounding fingers of Tori Amos, the ethereal voice of Sarah McLachlan, and a little bit of the Dixie Chicks’ twang, and you’ll get the sound of GW senior Angela Aki’s debut album, These Words. In the opening song, I’ll Fall, Aki sings I could disappear into waves that beat so steady, […]

Candidate Profile: David York

Name: David YorkHometown: Anchorage, Alaska Major: Political Science and History;Minor: American StudiesYear: JuniorCredentials: Internet business owner, congressional internWeb site: Student Association presidential candidate David York said he wants to change the face of student government. Instead of focusing solely on internal SA reform and working to get student groups more money, York said he […]

CSAS changes curriculum to give students flexibility

The Columbian School of Arts and Sciences established a new set of curriculum requirements for the fall 2000 semester, a move that will provide students increased flexibility in class choices, CSAS administrators said. Students will be able to choose from higher-level courses, instead of all introductory courses, to fulfill basic requirements. They will not be […]