GW Sailing Making Waves
Jun12

GW Sailing Making Waves

In just its second year as a varsity program, GW Sailing is already charting a course for greatness. “It’s remarkable what GW Sailing has accomplished over the past few years,” says head coach John Pearce. “The dedication and drive of numerous club sailors helped the program achieve varsity status, and the commitment of our current student-athletes and Athletics Department has created a team culture and the desire to be among...

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Paying It Forward
Jun10

Paying It Forward

John Sirek, MA ’89, knew he would get a world-class education when he enrolled in GW’s Elliott School of International Affairs in the 1980s. What he did not expect was to have one of the best times of his life. “My fondest memories are of getting to know and hanging out with my fellow GW students,” he said. “Most of us were new to DC and all of us passionate about some aspect of international affairs....

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Open Doors, Open Minds
Jun07

Open Doors, Open Minds

Retiring professor Young-Key Kim-Renaud leaves an unmatched legacy.

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Gelman Learning Commons Named in Honor of Former Staffer
Jun05

Gelman Learning Commons Named in Honor of Former Staffer

The George Washington University’s Estelle and Melvin Gelman Library has chosen to name it new Learning Commons in honor of George W.G. Stoner, a loyal donor and dedicated staffer who served the university for 45 years. He is credited with bolstering recruitment of students, both nationally and internationally, and helped to develop several key programs, including Colonial Challenge and Alumni Admissions, during his nearly 36...

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Why We Give Back
Jun04

Why We Give Back

GW alumni talk about the impact of philanthropy and the importance of giving back to their alma...

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