GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

GW Men’s Basketball Adds Three Recruits for 2010-11 Season

August 02, 2010

Forwards Nemanja Mikic and Chris Fitzgerald and point guard Dan Guest have joined the Colonials’ roster.

Beating the Heat

July 29, 2010

GW physicians give tips on how to stay safe this summer.

Visitor Center Relocates

July 28, 2010

Construction begins on Marvin Center space for the hub for campus visitors.

Giving School a Good Rap

July 28, 2010

Alumnus and Nigerian hip hop artist Naeto Chikwe’s music encourages young Africans to pursue an education.

Local Royalty

July 27, 2010

GW medical student Stephanie Williams holds the crown as Miss District of Columbia 2010.

Training Future Civic Leaders

July 24, 2010

Conference run by GW students brings underprivileged high school students to campus to learn about politics and communications.

Quiz Whiz

July 24, 2010

GW alumnus John Krizel’s four-day winning streak on Jeopardy aired in late July.

Thou Shalt Not Bear Unprepared Testimony

July 22, 2010

Adjunct professor and attorney William LaForge’s new book lays out best practices for testifying before Congress.

The Competitor

July 22, 2010

Alumna Laurel Wassner is the first cancer survivor to become a professional triathlete.

Serving the World

July 21, 2010

Recent George Washington grads plan to spend the next two years in the Peace Corps.

Working for America

July 21, 2010

This month, alumna Anne Rittman Rancourt begins a two-year stint as a presidential management fellow.

The Promise of Neuroscience

July 21, 2010

A conversation with Anthony-Samuel LaMantia, founding director of GW’s new Institute for Neuroscience.

Vampires, Werewolves and Ogres

July 20, 2010

Current pop culture monster craze is nothing new, says GW professor Jeffrey Cohen.

GW Establishes Institute for Neuroscience

July 19, 2010

Multidisciplinary institute will advance learning and research across the university.

Institute director Anthony-Samuel LaMantia talks about the promise of neuroscience.

A Semester in Washington

July 19, 2010

Programs in applied politics, journalism and media and Native American political leadership draw students from other universities to campus.

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