As 2009 draws to a close, GW Today looks back on some highlights of the fall semester.
GW’s young team features highest-rated recruiting class in the Atlantic 10.
Partnership for Eritrea celebrates historic graduation of medical students and pediatric residents.
GW makes merry with the annual holiday party and a range of charitable initiatives.
Rwandan “slow foods movement” coffee shop opens in Foggy Bottom.
Alumna chronicles her years working in the Clinton administration in a new memoir.
Panel of administrators discusses sustainability challenges and opportunities at GW.
Task force’s learning/teaching group focuses on enhancing GW’s academic mission.
In a letter to the GW community, President Knapp details a fund that will enable the University to honor its pledge to quadruple philanthropic support for student aid.
Alumna Sona Iliffe-Moon manages Toyota’s U.S. media relations efforts.
GW raises the curtain on entertaining new production of Little Shop of Horrors.
Reenergized Colonials open the season with four straight wins.
Students examine the media’s coverage of World War II and climate change in a University Writing course.
Retail sales look better than expected, says economics expert Tara Sinclair.