August 25, 2008
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Five Former Secretaries of State Join Bipartisan Roundtable Discussion to Assess U.S. Foreign Policy Challenges Confronting Next Administration, Sept. 15

Madeleine K. Albright; James A. Baker, III; Warren Christopher; Henry A. Kissinger; and Colin L. Powell Join Forum at GW on "The Next President: A World of Challenges" More

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GW-Battleground Poll: McCain and Obama: Neck and Neck in the Presidential Horserace

School of Public Health and Health Services Publishes Second Volume of "Cases in Public Health Communication and Marketing"

Campus Environment 2008: The George Washington University is Recognized Among 40 Colleges and Universities

GW's Emergency Medical Response Group Operates New Ambulance

GW at the 2008 Olympics: Video Blogs, Basketball, and Comments

Six GW Graduate Students Named Bryce Harlow Fellows

GW's Politics and Policy Central Features Events, Faculty, and News Surrounding the 2008 Election

New Residence Hall Coming to Mount Vernon Campus

August 27: Family Care Resources On-campus Counseling Days

August 28: GW Medical Center Community Service Day

August 30 and September 1: GW President Steven Knapp and Diane Robinson Knapp Welcome Freshmen and Returning Students Labor Day Weekend

September 3: Swiss Solar Taxi Cruises to The George Washington University on Final City Stop of International Tour

Through September 5: Nominate Someone for GW's Service Excellence Awards

September 8: Russia 2008: Domestic and Foreign Policy Trajectories

September 10 Through 27: GW's Luther W. Brady Art Gallery to Host Collection of Rare 19th-Century Political Campaign Flags

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