GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Covering the National Beat from Germany

February 08, 2010

Clayton McCleskey, B.A. ’09, is getting a hands-on look into the world of journalism thanks to a Fulbright scholarship

Managing the Government’s Wallet

February 08, 2010

GW Law professors call for stronger intergovernmental purchasing regulations on Capitol Hill.

In Memoriam: Robert M. Dunn Jr.

February 08, 2010

Dr. Dunn was an expert in international trade and finance.

The GW Corps

February 04, 2010

Passion for politics, service and exploration account for GW students’ exceptional Peace Corps service, say students and alumni.

Shakespeare Simplified

February 02, 2010

Department of Theatre and Dance’s Much Ado About Nothing shines in its minimalism.

Where the Punishment Fits the Crime

February 01, 2010

George Washington Today investigates whether crime pays at one of D.C.’s newest museums.

Healing Hands

February 01, 2010

George Washington medical students open clinic in one of D.C.’s most underserved areas.

Celebrating Heritage

February 01, 2010

George Washington University’s Adele Alexander discusses the history and significance of Black History Month.

The Arab World’s Jewish Ambassador

February 01, 2010

Houda Ezra Ebrahim Nonoo, Bahrain’s ambassador to the United States, discusses her career, her faith and her country.

In Memoriam: Chrystel Cancel

February 01, 2010

GW alumna died in Haiti earthquake.

An Evolutionary Discovery

February 01, 2010

George Washington University research team finds and names new dinosaur species.

The Promise of Islamic Banking and Finance

January 25, 2010

Sharia-based financing could be the answer to the global financial crisis, says Hossein Askari, if only it weren’t a façade.

Pushing the Frontiers of Solar Energy

January 25, 2010

GW’s Solar Institute—now in its second year—is quickly becoming a global leader in understanding solar power.

Washington Reading List

January 25, 2010

They cover everything from romance and poetry to political scandal and the supernatural, but these books have one thing in common: their D.C. setting.

Redefining What It Means to Be Green

January 25, 2010

Thomas Friedman encourages GW students to push Congress for needed environmental change.