GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Courting Victory

February 06, 2011

GW Law School’s top oral advocates go head to head in final round of Van Vleck Competition.

group of people on floor reviewing plans for Gelman Library renovations

Transforming Gelman

February 06, 2011

GW is planning for a renovation to the first floor of Gelman Library.

Faye Moskowitz sits with stacks of books behind her

Literature Course of a Lifetime

February 03, 2011

Faye Moskowitz’s Jewish Literature Live course has drawn such impressive speakers that she can’t, or won’t, choose a favorite.

Bill Keller, Dean Baquet and Marvin Kalb

All the Commentary Fit to Print

February 03, 2011

Tough questions for New York Times editors on Kalb Report.

group of male students play blackjack seated at casino table at Martha's Marathon

Room of Your Dreams? You Bet

February 02, 2011

Students bid on housing—and raise money for scholarships—in annual Martha’s Marathon event.

Kathleen Sebelius speaks at a For a Healthier America podium with Howard Koh, om Vilsack and Robert C. Post behind her

A Healthier America

February 02, 2011

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announce updated dietary guidelines at GW.

A. James Clark

Enhancing Engineering

February 02, 2011

Honorary degree recipient and former trustee donates $8 million to create scholarship program.

GW banner: The George Washington University, Washington, DC

Peace Corps Provider

February 02, 2011

GW ranks first for Peace Corps volunteers among nation’s mid-sized schools.

Celebrating Black History Month

February 01, 2011

GW is hosting more than a dozen events in February to honor black heritage, examining how African Americans have been "marked" throughout history. Get a complete schedule of events at the official Black Heritage Celebration 2011 page.

Howard Dean, Derek Malone-France and Newt Gingrich

Debating Change

February 01, 2011

Howard Dean and Newt Gingrich square off in student-sponsored debate at GW.

Phil Angelides sits at table behind microphone holding copy of the Financial Crisis book

A Fiscal Failure

January 30, 2011

Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission unveils report at GW.

map of Egypt on globe

Helping Our Students in Egypt

January 30, 2011

GW working to ensure safety of students studying in Egypt.

Janet Napolitano delivers speech at a DHS podium with American and Department of Homeland Security flags behind her

Transforming Terror Alerts

January 30, 2011

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announces the replacement of the current color-coded alert system during a speech at GW.

Nathan Brown

Egyptian Uprising

January 30, 2011

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, examines protests in Cairo and their implications for change in the Arab world.

the political pulse with graphical representation of donkey and elephant squaring off with boxing gloves wearing stripes & stars

Viral Radio

January 30, 2011

WRGW show’s special program on Arizona shootings attracts national headlines.

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