GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Is There a World War II–Scale Effort on Climate Change?

December 08, 2009

Students examine the media’s coverage of World War II and climate change in a University Writing course.

Student performing in Little Shop of Horrors with blood-thirsty plant

Don’t Feed the Plant that Bites You

December 08, 2009

GW raises the curtain on entertaining new production of Little Shop of Horrors.

Men’s Basketball Off to Strong Start

December 08, 2009

Reenergized Colonials open the season with four straight wins.

The Economics of Holiday Shopping

December 08, 2009

Retail sales look better than expected, says economics expert Tara Sinclair.

Kathy Newcomer and Dave Lawlor

The Business of Innovation

December 07, 2009

Business processes group seeks innovations, ideas from GW community.

Health Care Sciences Professor Recognized for Innovative Technology Use

December 07, 2009

In the third of a series on the award winners, GW Today focuses on Assistant Professor of Health Care Sciences Ellen Costello.

From Marine to M.A. Candidate

December 07, 2009

Student veteran Charlotte Brock is studying security and development and stability operations.

Dave Brubeck and Steven Knapp

Honoring a Jazz Legend

December 07, 2009

National treasure Dave Brubeck will receive an honorary degree at GW’s 2010 commencement.

A Free Night at the Opera

November 30, 2009

GW’s Department of Music performs Gianni Schicchi, Dec. 4 and 5.

GW Athlete Earns All-American Status

November 30, 2009

Cross country’s Megan Hogan ends season with a 27th place finish out of 255 at the Division I Women’s Cross Country Championship.

Colonials Host President Obama

November 30, 2009

First family watches as GW rally falls short for the men’s basketball team’s first loss of the season.
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Caleb Seavey at microscope with another researcher looking on

Breaking Ground in Cardiothoracic Research

November 30, 2009

Through an NIH fellowship, GW freshman Caleb Seavey is part of a team pushing the frontiers of medical research.

Surviving on a Food Stamp Budget

November 23, 2009

GW students and staff challenged themselves to restrict their weekly food spending to $28.75—the amount allotted to food stamp recipients.

Chance of a Lifetime

November 23, 2009

GW’s Early College Program enables some of D.C.’s best and brightest high school students to get a tuition-free jump start on college.

Louis Lemieux

Making GW ‘One of the Best Places to Work’

November 23, 2009

Job sharing, virtual offices, and a centralized faculty and staff HR service center are some of the options Louis Lemieux, GW’s new chief human resources officer, is exploring.

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