GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Square 54 Zoning Order Affirmed

May 08, 2010

District Court of Appeals upholds D.C. Zoning Commission’s approval of Square 54.

Does Journalism Have a Future (in Hawaii)?

May 08, 2010

Michael Freedman, executive director of GW’s Global Media Institute, addresses news conference in Honolulu.

From Guts to Glory

May 08, 2010

GW’s Global Media Institute honors 2009 Courage in Journalism Award winners at the National Press Club.

Stephen Pothier

In Memoriam: Stephen Pothier

May 08, 2010

Dr. Pothier was instrumental in the creation of GW’s float for President Obama’s inaugural parade.

Training Tomorrow’s Teachers

May 08, 2010

GW’s nationally ranked teacher preparation programs take center stage at GSEHD event.

Christine Ferguson at table

Weighing in on Obesity

May 08, 2010

GW-based alliance develops strategies to combat America’s obesity epidemic.

Nir Barkat at podium

Middle East Policy Forum Hosts Jerusalem’s Mayor

May 08, 2010

Nir Barkat lays out his “wider vision” for “one of the most beloved cities in the world.”

students seated at table in WRGW studio surrounded by microphones

Transitioning to Success

May 08, 2010

D.C. special education students explore post-secondary options, gain work experience through partnership with GW.

Murdoch speaking at Kalb Report with Kalb in background

The Cost of the Free Press

May 08, 2010

In an appearance on the Kalb Report, Rupert Murdoch advocates charging for online news, opines on President Obama, The New York Times and more.

Anouar Majid speaks at podium

Minority History

May 08, 2010

Anouar Majid, author of We Are All Moors, says medieval history could shed light on modern problems.

Ethan Elser smiling with arms crossed in Hong Kong street

Learning Lessons in China

May 08, 2010

GWSB student lands internship at Hong Kong hotel.

Steven Knapp and university administrators serving Midnight Breakfast

Early Morning Tweets and Treats

May 08, 2010

Midnight Breakfast draws a big crowd on campus -- and Twitter.

groups of couples who found love with fellow Colonials

Colonial Valentines

May 08, 2010

Whether it was love at first sight or friendship first, GW brought together these 10 couples.

DC Roller Girls stand as a group in uniforms

Ready to Roll

May 08, 2010

GW women show off their speed and skating skills, let off steam in D.C. Rollergirls.

Rosemarie Garland Thompson speaks at podium, "People with Disabilities in the Public Sphere" projected on screen behind her.

Gas Chambers and the Metro

May 08, 2010

Lecture series opens with contrast of spaces for “worthy” and “unworthy” citizens by disability studies pioneer and author Rosemarie Garland-Thomson.