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GW Sign Bridges the Years

May 08, 2010

The creators of the GW tag on the Roosevelt Memorial Bridge reflect on its 10th anniversary, and how the sign almost never happened.

Free H1N1 Flu Shot Clinics This Week

May 08, 2010

H1N1 influenza vaccine clinics announced for students, faculty and staff.

Charting a Course for the GOP

May 08, 2010

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush outlines his vision for the “entrepreneurial party.”

Gelman Library Unveils New Middle East Rare Book Collection

May 08, 2010

Centuries-old books reveal insight into Islamic world.

In Memoriam: Jeanette Michael

May 08, 2010

GW Board of Trustees member founded GW’s Black Law Alumni Association.

Passion for Teaching Earns Business School Professor a 2009 Bender Award

May 08, 2010

In the second in a series on the award winners, GW Today focuses on Assistant Professor of Management Tjai Nielsen.

Bringing Soccer to Ugandan Women

May 08, 2010

GW student and Fulbright scholar Anna Phillips created the nonprofit Girls Kick It!

Library 2.0

May 08, 2010

New digitization technology promises to revolutionize preservation and dissemination of rare books.

Days of Rage

May 08, 2010

Brady Gallery exhibit explores clothing, photographs and ephemera of the 1960s and 1970s.

Square 54 Zoning Order Affirmed

May 08, 2010

District Court of Appeals upholds D.C. Zoning Commission’s approval of Square 54.

Studying Neglected Art

May 08, 2010

Barbara von Barghahn has been recognized by Portugal for her research.

Medical Students Get a Lesson in Politics

May 08, 2010

Nearly 200 GW medical students spent a day on on Capitol Hill learning firsthand about health care reform and advocacy.

A Lesson in Etiquette

May 08, 2010

Ten GW seniors brushed up on their social and business graces in a special event at celebrated restaurant Morton’s.

In Memoriam

May 08, 2010

GW remembers Barry Berman.

Medical Center Partnership Addresses Physician Shortage in Eritrea

May 08, 2010

The Partnership for Eritrea has added an obstetrics-gynecology residency program, part of its effort to meet a critical need for doctors in the African nation.

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