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Homee Is Where The Heart Is

Homee Is Where The Heart Is

My first apartment – like those of many millennials starting out after college – was a terrifying mix of Pinterest board ideas, IKEA constructions, and my parents’ old furniture. As a young graduate, undertaking interior design just seemed hard and expensive. It’s a common perception that three GW graduates want to change. Beatrice Fischel-Bock, CCAS BFA

Rob Shorette, GSEHD MA ’10

Rob Shorette, GSEHD MA ’10, co-authored the article “Being White at a Black College: An Interview” featured in the Huffington Post about his experiences at a historically black college and university (HBCU) as a white student-athlete. Shorette is a Ph.D. student at Michigan State University.

Chia-Pin Chang, SEAS MS ’03, Phd ’11

Chia-Pin Chang, SEAS MS ’03, Phd ’11, was profiled by the Washington Post‘s Capital Business section on July 15 for his work as the co-founder of OptoBioSense, a spin off company from his work as a GW student. Chang was praised for his perseverance and dedication to his company and its research in spite of

Bobby Lucas

Alumnus Pitches for Washington Nationals Affiliate

Our friends at GW Today caught up with Bobby Lucas, GWSB BA ’10, GSEHD MA ’12, who is pitching for Washington Nationals affiliate Hagerstown Suns: Alumnus Pitches for Washington Nationals Affiliate  Bobby Lucas had always wanted to play professional baseball. After six years at GW, major elbow surgery and a lot of determination, Lucas was drafted by