For those 1Ls actually reading this and everyone else who chortles at our feeble existence, we dive headfirst into the next chapter of our story, 1L 2: The Sequel.
I’m a little embarrassed to admit this, but, yes, I was an avid Frasier devotee.
I believe in honesty. So . . . I’m skiing right now, but my “editor” said that if I don’t produce a column . . . no lasagna for me. Thus, 2011 is off to a spectacular sports start.
They descended on Washington.
It’s getting to be that time of year again. Daylight savings time marks the shift from “Law school?
Alright, just admit it – you like Gossip Girl. It’s awful, tasteless smut that is corrupting America’s youth. But it’s also kind of fantastic.
I missed last week because I came down with a case of the Van Vlecks, so maybe I owe you a recap of the month in sports. Randy Moss was traded...and waived...and claimed.
As always I will try to make this week's column entertaining, stall-friendly, and provocative.
We tell children, "Speak your truth. Don't be a bully." Now it's becoming more and more apparent that these are lessons we adults still have trouble with.
Even if you are not in a joint degree program, you can take advantage of the breadth of courses available outside the law school. For credit, no less!
Fall semester is always a crazy time here at GW Law. 1Ls are adapting to the mind-crushing tedium of briefing civil procedure cases and worrying about grades, 2Ls are worrying about grades and hus
Last Tuesday, the lowly 1Ls converged upon Lerner hall like an innocent flock of sheep brought to the slaughter. We had our midterm mini-exam. As the voice of the class of 2013, I felt compelled
Though he is eleven years my junior, I'll admit that my heart melts a little when Justin Bieber sings to assure me that there's gonna be one less lonely girl. While my crush doesn't quite rise to
There have been some big developments the last few weeks in sports. The baseball playoffs started with a no-hitter from Roy Halladay.
There is no such thing as the separation of church and state. It's an urban legend, an elusive concept-probably because it doesn't really exist-much like Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny.