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Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

series of GW sports in action, including soccer, cross country, water polo and volleyball

Season Starts for Fall Sports

August 23, 2010

Soccer, volleyball, water polo and cross country teams ready to compete.

Joe Lockhart, Ed Henry and Bob Herbert

Masters of Media

August 23, 2010

Media and political experts named SMPA fellows.

students volunteering in food bank on freshman day of service

Freshman Day of Service 2011

August 23, 2010

Celebrating its third year, the Annual GW Freshman Day of Service will be held on September 11th, 2011 and has over 2,000 student, staff and faculty participants.

Dr. Licht seated in office at desk in front of computer

A New Iron Age?

August 23, 2010

GW chemist devises a pollutant-free method for producing iron.

students working to organize food in a food bank on freshman day of service

2010 Freshman Day of Service

August 23, 2010

More than 1,900 GW freshmen have signed up to participate in the university’s 2010 Freshman Day of Service on Sept. 11.

A Colonial Welcome

August 23, 2010

GW celebrates back to school with dozens of events on campus.

Melissa Keeley and Christopher Klemek outside of West Hall

The Professor Next Door

August 19, 2010

Residential life programs foster faculty-student interaction outside of the classroom.

Are Universities Failing Students?

August 19, 2010

Absolutely not, argues GW President Steven Knapp in a New York Times book review.

Hoops Highlights

August 16, 2010

Men’s basketball season tickets on sale; non-conference schedule released.

View of room in Mount Vernon's West hall including bed, dresser and desk

Introducing West Hall

August 16, 2010

New residence hall will be the center of the Mount Vernon Campus.

Colonial Tickets

August 16, 2010

Tickets for university events, performances and games will now be available for purchase at either the Lisner Box Office or Smith Center Ticketing.

Azim  Eskandarian stands in front of books on stacks

Research Overdrive

August 16, 2010

Automotive safety expert Azim Eskandarian moonlights as a motorbiker.

Anya Firestone stands in garden wearing colorful dress

Delectable Design

August 13, 2010

Alumna Anya Firestone expressed her love for Paris through a sweet kind of art during a six-week residency at the city’s Parsons.

Kevin Hay

Securing Foggy Bottom

August 13, 2010

Kevin Hay, GW’s new chief of police, comes to the university from the U.S. Park Police.

members of GW’s Maritime Medical Access stand in front of screens with aerial views of world on them

Saving Sailors

August 12, 2010

A unique program at GW provides urgent care remotely to hundreds of ships across the world.

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