Tim Donnelly

SA passes resolution against sweatshops

The Student Association Senate aligned with United Students Against Sweatshops and Students for Sensible Drug Policy Tuesday night, passing resolutions urging GW to do more to ensure its apparel is manufactured without sweatshop labor and proposing an overhaul of the University’s no-tolerance eviction policy for drug offenses. The Senate unanimously passed the resolution advocating GW’s […]

Court hearings clear way for SA vote count

The Student Association will announce the winners of last week’s elections Wednesday morning after a weekend of indecision by SA officials on when to begin the count. The SA Student Court lifted its block on vote counting Sunday afternoon, allowing the Joint Elections Committee to tally votes. After issuing a press release at 10:23 p.m. […]

JEC clears all candidates

Student Association officials cleared the way Thursday and Friday for Daniel Loren, Bob Simon and Roger Kapoor to stake their claim for the SA presidency if they win the vote, results of which will be released Wednesday morning. The SA Student Court decided Sunday to allow vote counting to begin by lifting its injunction, which […]

WEB UPDATE: JEC rulings keep Kapoor on the ballot, drop Delta charges

SA presidential candidates Roger Kapoor and Bob Simon will stay on the ballot after the Joint Election Committee ruled in their favor at hearings on campaign violations and complaints Friday afternoon. The JEC dropped three complaints against Kapoor and ruled that one complaint was a violation, leaving Kapoor with five total violations. Candidates who receive […]

JEC clears all candidates

Student Association officials cleared the way Thursday and Friday for Daniel Loren, Bob Simon and Roger Kapoor to stake their claim for the SA presidency if they win the vote, results of which will be released Wednesday morning. The SA Student Court decided Sunday to allow vote counting to begin by lifting its injunction, which […]

Court hearings clear way for SA vote count

The Student Association will announce the winners of last week’s elections Wednesday morning after a weekend of indecision by SA officials on when to begin the count. The SA Student Court lifted its block on vote counting Sunday afternoon, allowing the Joint Elections Committee to tally votes. After issuing a press release at 10:23 p.m. […]

Dave Matthews’ new sound spites old fans

The Dave Matthews Band begins to imitate its own sound. Its new album, Everyday (BMG/RCA), takes what was once a unique sound and slaps it with a brand of packaged pop music. The new release is depressing enough to make even the most devoted college student fan forget the band’s three respectable studio albums and […]

J.P. Blackford

Name: J.P. Blackford Hometown: Washington, D.C. Major: doctoral student, School of Engineering and Applied Science Year: fourth-year graduate student Credentials: SA senator (G-SEAS), Dining Services Commission graduate student representative, chairman of the Finance and Rules Committees, president of Engineers Council After serving seven years in the Student Association Senate, J.P. Blackford said he decided it […]

Brian Gless

Name: Bryan Gless Major: business administration Hometown: Irvine, Calif. Year: sophomore Credentials: 2001 Colonial Cabinet, Student Alumni Society, Program Board political affairs chair Bryan Gless has planned election parties, radio debates and other politically oriented Program Board events, but now wants to use his experience to take on a leadership role as PB executive vice […]