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A Passion for Changing the World

Service gains prominence as hallmark of GW.

By Ruth Steinhardt

Alternative Breaks. DC Reads. GW Jumpstart. Freshman Day of Service. Senior Prom. It's hard to find someone on campus who hasn't participated in at least one of these activities—all of which are outlets that GW provides for community members to give their time and talents for others. Read more >

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As Seen by the Dean

School of Public Health and Health Services' Lynn Goldman talks about her new role, a new building, and public health education.

By Danny Freedman

A new GW class—representing 45 states and 40 countries—has arrived for the fall; the schools and departments are growing and chasing down new enterprises; and the seeds of new, state-of-the-art buildings have been sown. There's a lot happening here. To help fill you in, we're taking you right to the source in a new Q&A series with GW's deans. To start off the series, we sat down with Lynn Goldman, dean of GW's School of Public Health and Health Services. Read more >

Flying High for Science

Students conduct zero-gravity experiment as part of NASA program.

By Laura Donnelly-Smith

One of Hannah Stuart's most memorable college experiences can be summed up as her time as a human ball. Read more >

Colonials on the Court

GW men's and women's basketball teams launch into a new season.

By Lori Weinraub

A new coach and coaching staff, new athletic director, a stronger schedule, and newly renovated arena are among the changes coming together around a squad determined to improve in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Read more >

The Art of Living

World-renowned Textile Museum will move to the Foggy Bottom Campus.

By Jamie L. Freedman

Where in Washington can you view the world's leading collection of Mamluk carpets alongside sumptuous Japanese silk kimonos, ancient Peruvian tunics, and colorful Central Asian ikats? Read more >