April 21, 2008
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GW to Celebrate Earth Day with Signing of Commitment to Combat Global Warming, Tree Planting, and "Green" Townhouse Tours

10:30 a.m.: Green fair

11 a.m.: Signing of the American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment
11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.: Green GW House tour and reception More

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GW Medical Center Study Analyzes Effects of Proposed Federal Regulations for Health Care Centers

GW Mock Trial Team Secures First Place in the Nation

GW's Center for International Business Education and Research Gets News Director

Audio, Video, and Podcast of The Kalb Report "In Search of Truth: A Conversation on Investigative Reporting" Now Available

Ambassador Nominee Robert J. Callahan, GW Public Diplomacy Fellow, Delivers Testimony Before Senate Foreign Relations Committee

School of Media and Public Affairs Announces New Five-Year Dual Degree Program

Volunteer for the Science Olympiad National Tournament to be Held at GW May 30 and 31

GW Men's Soccer Hosts Elite Team Camps beginning June 23 at Mount Vernon Soccer Field

Through May 2: GW's Luther W. Brady Art Gallery to Host Annual Awards Show

Today, April 21: Experts and Lawmakers Discuss "How Piracy Impacts the Indian Entertainment Industry"

April 22: Earth Day Climate Super Rally

April 23: Excellence in Student Life Awards

April 23: School of Engineering and Applied Science Graduate Student Research and Development Showcase

April 23: A Conversation with Senator Chuck Hagel

April 24: Zakir Hussain and the Masters of Percussion

April 24: Casey Murrow, Richard C. Hottelet, and Marvin Kalb Celebrate Edward R. Murrow Centennial at GW, Moderated by Michael Freedman

April 24: Relieve Stress: University Counseling Center Annual Chalk-In

April 25 and 26: GW's Department of Music Presents Two Comic One-Act Operas in English

April 26 and 27: The Third Annual Capitol Movement Project

April 28 and 29: Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest

April 28 and 30: Nina Seavey's New Film "The Matador" - East Coast Premiere

April 30: Seminar in U.S. Urban Studies: "Taming the City: Commercial Sex, Modernity, and Urban Space in Neoliberal Mexico"

May 1: Discover the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery with GW's Chief Curator, Lenore Miller--Colonial Community Brown Bag Lunch Lecture

May 1-3: Leaders to Discuss "Small is Sustainable" at Climate Action Conference

May 3: Tribute to Andy Palacio

May 3: GW Cancer Institute Gala


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