Tom Siegel

Aramark lays off workers, cuts venue hours

Food service provider Aramark shortened some dining venue hours and changed workers’ hours and positions this week, officials said. Students from the Progressive Student Union and other groups are rallying around the workers, with a demonstration planned for Friday. Aramark District Manager Kim Davis said Aramark has laid off workers but declined to give a […]

Students prep for 2004 race

With the 2004 presidential primary elections set to begin in January, GW students are beginning to organize groups in support of the Democratic and Republican candidates. The only two official democratic campaign groups are GW Students for Clark and Dean 2004, although the College Republicans are actively throwing their support behind President George W. Bush. […]

Students converge on GW for Democracy Day

About 65 student leaders gathered at GW last week to learn about the inner workings of the democratic process at the second annual Democracy Day. The event featured a variety of government officials, media writers and experts on terrorism. The day also included a panel debate between students about youth empowerment, skyrocketing college tuition and […]