GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Going Greek

October 07, 2010

Sororities and fraternities offer close-knit community for GW students.

Aiding Africa

October 07, 2010

GW Medical Center awarded $12.5 million to coordinate health initiative in sub-Saharan Africa.

A University on the Move

October 07, 2010

In his annual address to the Faculty Assembly, President Steven Knapp outlined his vision for GW.

Get Your GWorld 2.0 Card

October 07, 2010

GWorld 2.0 cards will soon be required to access university buildings, use laundry facilities and vending machines.

A New Home for Science and Engineering

October 07, 2010

State-of-the-art facility key to attracting students and doing advanced research.

Excellence in the Classroom

October 07, 2010

GW professors receive Bender Awards for outstanding teaching.

Disappearing Ink?

October 06, 2010

Kalb Report panelists predict the future of print newspapers, encourage students to study journalism.

A Green Government

October 06, 2010

New solar panels and a solar water heater at the White House was one of many topics discussed at the GreenGov Symposium, hosted by GW.

Exploring New Housing

October 06, 2010

Amid growing trend, GW examines gender neutral housing

A National Center for Cancer Survivors

October 04, 2010

GW partnered with the American Cancer Society to win a competitive grant.

Supporting Student Veterans

October 04, 2010

GW President Steven Knapp addresses student veterans at the Student Veterans of America Conference Oct. 3.

A New Partnership

October 04, 2010

GW’s growing relationship with Oman showcased at conference at the Elliott School of International Affairs.

A Reunion to Remember

October 04, 2010

Thousands of alumni returned to campus for GW’s annual weekend dedicated to graduates.

Honoring Distinguished Alumni

October 04, 2010

Seven alumni are recognized for their achievements after graduating from GW.

Colonial Comedy

September 30, 2010

Jimmy Fallon offers advice for freshmen, shares his most embarrassing moment at the White House and suggests a new GW mascot.

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