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Final Distraction II

You’ve had two days to explore the universe, so you’re probably ready for something new already.  Well I’ve got it!  And by new, I mean old.  Old school, that is. Check out the Geocities-izer, a site that makes any site look like it was designed by a 13 year old girl in 1998.  It’s great […]

Pics from Bertucci’s Dinner

If you were one of the 100 people who came out to our Spring 2010 Student-Faculty Dinner at Bertucci’s, then thanks for coming!! The dinner was an absolute blast — delicious food and a lot of fun.  We’ve got a few pics from the event posted on our Facebook page — so head on over […]

Congrats to Strasser Winners!

Congratulations to the winners of the Strasser Writing Prize! We solicited entries way back in February, looking for the best of UHP papers in three categories.  We received a lot of great and challenging entries, but the Strasser Committee has finally selected winners and runners up for the prestigious Strasser Writing Prize. All the winners […]

Final Distractions

Now I’m not saying you should stop studying for the rest of the day.  But we all know that if you study too hard before a test, you’ll burn out. Sometimes a small break can be just what you need to reset your brain and get past that writer’s block you’re suffering (and no, a […]

Honor Cords, Grad Reception, and the Senior Survey

Howdy, Seniors. If you’re a graduating senior, you should have already received an email from us asking you to complete our senior survey (it’s been mentioned on the blog before too.)  When you complete it, you can pick up your gold honor cord to wear at graduation.  You can also pick up your 5 tickets […]

How Not to Apply for an Internship

Finals start next week, so take a quick break for a fun distraction before you get back to studying. Catherine pointed this out to me.  Click through for a good laugh at how comically (and inappropriately) indignant people can be while looking for internships.  It’s a tough market out there right now, so it’s extra […]

16th Middle Atlantic Discovery Chemistry Project meeting

Here’s an opportunity for students and professors alike who are science-minded to meet some people and talk about ideas together.  Click through for more info.

Study Space and Snacks Aplenty at Eckles Library

We’ve got open study hours in our office, of course. But if you find you’re not done studying by 10pm, you can always head on up to the often less crowded Eckles Library and get your brain AND tummy stuffed. ————— Finals at Eckles Thu Apr 29 – Fri May 7 // Eckles Library “Join […]

Beatrix Potter’s Science and Storytelling

Check out the info below to find out about one of the last cool author events you’ll get a chance to attend before classes end. ———– Barbara Gates Of Fungi and Fables: Beatrix Potter’s Science and Storytelling Friday, May 7, 3 pm Armand Hammer Auditorium Corcoran College of Art + Design, 500 17th St. NW […]

NewsFlash: Study in the UHP Office, Updated Registration Newsletter, Bertucci’s

NewsFlash! The George Washington University Honors Program Issue 29: April 29, 2010