GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

A Message to GW from Haiti's First Lady

January 19, 2010

Elisabeth Delatour Preval, first lady of the republic of Haiti and a GW alumna, thanks President Knapp for GW's support.

Aiding Haiti

January 19, 2010

From sending physicians to the nation to fundraisers on campus, GW is working on myriad fronts to help Haiti in its hour of need.

Haiti Update from President Knapp

Sculpture on the Edge

January 18, 2010

An exhibition of contemporary sculpture at the Art Museum of the Americas runs through Jan. 16.

Selfless Vacationing

January 12, 2010

GW students spend an “alternative” winter break volunteering.

Voluntary Broadcast

January 12, 2010

Joanna Rothman, M.A. ’01, manages thousands of volunteers for Boston's public TV and radio station.

A Break for the Better

January 11, 2010

Largest ever group of students participates in third annual Alternative Winter Break program in Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Puerto Rico and New Orleans.

A Sense of Purpose

January 11, 2010

Blind since birth, student Corbb O’Connor has had no trouble navigating GW.

A Magical Career

January 11, 2010

Susan Amerikaner, M.A.’72, is an award-winning children’s writer for Disney.

Scouting Out the Cheap Seats

January 11, 2010

D.C.’s world-class performances don’t have to cost an arm and a leg.

Steering Success in Innovation

January 11, 2010

Communication, community engagement are key focuses of Innovation Task Force Steering Committee.

An Eye for the Contemporary

January 08, 2010

Tracey Wheatley Perkins, M.A. ’05, is chief of staff at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston.

Commencement 2010 Preparations Underway

January 08, 2010

With an unparalleled location on the National Mall and the first lady on tap as Commencement speaker, GW is planning for an outstanding ceremony.

Coming Up Roses

January 04, 2010

GW senior Stephen Rutgers supervised the design and construction of a float in the 2010 Rose Parade.

A Life-Saving Discovery

January 04, 2010

Four decades ago, Professor Allan Goldstein discovered the thymosins, a family of hormone-like molecules that have powerful effects on the human immune system.

In Memoriam: Lee Sigelman

January 04, 2010

Dr. Sigelman was a former chair of GW's Political Science Department.

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