GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Remembering Taylor Hubbard

August 30, 2010

Memorial service will honor the former GW student.

Advancing Science and Engineering

August 30, 2010

GW announces preliminary cost estimate for new state-of-the-art facility.

A Record-Breaking Class

August 30, 2010

GW’s newest class of Colonials were welcomed at Sunday’s Freshman Convocation.

A Welcome to the New Academic Year from President Knapp

August 27, 2010

Dr. Knapp pens a letter to the GW community.

Examining the Eternal City

August 25, 2010

New GW interior design course explores the architecture of Rome firsthand.

Dressed for Success

August 25, 2010

White coat and honor code ceremony initiates medical school class of 2014.

Swinging For The Fences

August 25, 2010

Although he can’t throw a curveball, GW alumnus Robert Young has found success in baseball as part owner of the Orange County Flyers.

A Veteran Welcoming Committee

August 25, 2010

President Knapp, staff members meet student veterans in fall orientation program.

2010 Freshman Day of Service

August 23, 2010

More than 1,900 GW freshmen have signed up to participate in the university’s 2010 Freshman Day of Service on Sept. 11. Click here for details for participating students.  Read more about the Freshman Day of Service.  

A New Iron Age?

August 23, 2010

GW chemist devises a pollutant-free method for producing iron.

Freshman Day of Service 2011

August 23, 2010

Celebrating its third year, the Annual GW Freshman Day of Service will be held on September 11th, 2011 and has over 2,000 student, staff and faculty participants.  Read more or register now.

A Colonial Welcome

August 23, 2010

GW celebrates back to school with dozens of events on campus.

Masters of Media

August 23, 2010

Media and political experts named SMPA fellows.

Season Starts for Fall Sports

August 23, 2010

Soccer, volleyball, water polo and cross country teams ready to compete.

Are Universities Failing Students?

August 19, 2010

Absolutely not, argues GW President Steven Knapp in a New York Times book review.