The Broadview

Alumnae living in capital choose political study, work

Madeleine Kelley has spent the first half of her freshman year involved in the play “Trojan Barbie,” on campus. Kelley is considering majoring in English or Theater, but is currently undecided. Kelley recently attended the President’s Preinaugural brunch at the White House.

January 25, 2013

WASHINGTON—For alumnae Kyle Cannon (’05), Riley Dowd (’08) and Maddie Kelley (’12), living in the nation’s capital means embracing and participating in the city’s political atmosphere. Cannon, currently a substitute teacher in private schools in Fairfax, Va. has returned to George Washington ...

Students take a break from social networks

Students take a break from social networks

February 7, 2012

Tatiana Gutirrez & Shirley Yang Reporters Senior Kendall Scullion could not be found of Facebook for three months last fall, preventing her friends from easily contacting her or tagging her in photos. Scullion wasn’t on any type of punishment, but is one of an increasing number of students w...

Female artists self objectify in music

Female artists self objectify in music

November 10, 2011

Rebecca Siegel Design Editor A new theme in popular music is taking the Top 40 list by storm. It has a bass heavy beat, explicitly sexual lyrics and a pre-teen audience. Although this new phenomenon packs dance floors, it carries a heavy misogynistic message and is sung by female artists. S...

Spring musical explores dark themes

Senior Lauren Arnold, who plays Sally Bowles, rehearses

February 17, 2011

Ava Martinez Reporter Clothed in the flapper dresses and fedoras characteristic of the 1930s, the cast of “Cabaret” looks ready for a party — however, the spring musical explores more complex and somber issues than in past years. Set in World War II Berlin, “Cabaret” follows the stor...

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