GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

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A Historic Decision

June 29, 2012

The Supreme Court upholds the bulk of the health care reform law including the individual mandate.

Andres Pumariega crouches down with golf club to assess next stroke

GW Golf MVP Competed for U.S. Open Spot

June 29, 2012

Andres Pumariega finished 19th at the U.S Open Qualifier at Black Diamond Ranch.

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Ames Hall Awarded LEED Gold Certification

June 25, 2012

Five campus buildings now have Gold rating.

Dr. Crandall seated in lab

Keith Crandall to Lead Computational Biology Institute

June 25, 2012

Research will focus on analyzing data in genetics and genomics fields.

Train members sit in convertible car

Train to Headline Colonials Weekend

June 25, 2012

The multi-platinum selling band will perform at the Charles E. Smith Center Oct. 20.

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Panama City Trip Emphasizes Research, Collaboration

June 25, 2012

Nine GW students conducted research in the historic city of Casco Viejo in a two-week study abroad trip.

Mark Edberg

Researcher Receives $5 Million Grant for Public Health Study

June 25, 2012

Five-year study will investigate youth violence, substance abuse and sexual risk in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

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Calling All Green Thumbs

June 25, 2012

GW’s GroW Garden is looking for volunteers this summer.

Professor Akos Vertes and members of his lab smiling

GW Professor's Invention Ranked in Top 100 of Most Technologically Significant Products of the Year

June 25, 2012

Akos Vertes’ biochemistry invention allows quick analysis of biological samples.

Group of  Native American Political Leadership Program students smiling

Steps Ahead

June 18, 2012

Native American Political Leadership Program brings American Indian students to D.C. for political education, internships.

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Watergate, 40 Years Later

June 18, 2012

George Washington Today looks back on the scandal that changed the nation’s political landscape—and has some GW connections.

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Credibility on Capitol Hill

June 18, 2012

New survey by GW’s Graduate School of Political Management reveals that money may be less influential in gaining access to Congress than providing reliable information.

GW Magazine Nabs a Top Honor

June 18, 2012

Feature on art detective named one of the best alumni magazine articles of the year.

clinicians sit with speech and hearing tools spread out on table

GW Speech and Hearing Center Offers Summer Literacy Camp

June 18, 2012

Graduate student clinicians will help improve local children’s literacy skills at the weeklong camp in July.

members of the Colonial Inauguration Cabinet stand as a group on the stage of Lisner Auditorium

The First Step as a Colonial

June 18, 2012

GW holds Colonial Inauguration for incoming freshmen.

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