Since arriving on campus as a junior college transfer in August, Xepoleas has been heavily involved in community service initiatives. He has been a frequent participant in College for Every Student, an organization dedicated to helping under-served students prepare for, gain access to and succeed in college.
The George Washington women's rowing team concluded its fall competition schedule with two medals in the annual Head of the Occoquan in Woodbridge, Va., on Saturday.
GW earned a gold medal in the Varsity 4 event and a silver medal in the Varsity 8 in its final weekend of fall racing on the three-mile course on the Occoquan River.
The GW men's rowing team continued its fall racing schedule at Sunday's Princeton Chase on Lake Carnegie in Princeton, N.J.
The Colonials entered a number of events, including a trio of boats in the Varsity 8 and a pair of crews in the Varsity 4. GW also entered two boats into both the Freshmen 8 and men's pairs events.
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