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Colonial Love Q & A: Meredith & Ron

  Thanks to Ronald Donchez, GWSB BBA ’92, and Meredith Donchez, CCAS BA ’93, for sharing their story! Where did you meet on campus? We first met in the Marvin Center, where he was eating lunch with his group of friends and I was at the next table with my group of friends. We had one

Colonial Love Q & A: Don & Kate

  Thanks to Don Grossinger and Kate Grossinger, CCAS BA ’73,  for sharing their story! Where did you meet on campus? We didn’t exactly meet on campus, but rather through a mutual friend, who also was a GW student, at her apartment near Dupont Circle, where many GW students lived. It was September 1972. What were your

Colonial Soul Sisters Q & A: Felisa & MaryKay

Thanks to Felisa Kahn and MaryKay Canarte, CCAS BA ’92, for sharing their story with us! Where did you meet on campus? I think first memories are in, of all things, chemistry class, lol!! What only-at-GW moment did you share as friends? Celebrating the end of semester at Milos pizza place!! And then going for

Colonial Love Q&A: Robert & Nancy Gordon-Michaels

Thanks to Robert  Michaels, CCAS BA ’74, and Nancy Gordon-Michaels, CCAS BA ’74, for sharing their story with us! Where did you meet on campus? Thurston Hall What were your first impressions of each other? Nancy’s first impression of me was my bushy full hair (which I no longer have). What only-at-GW moment did you share as

Colonial Love: Al and Lucy

  Thanks to Alberto Pola, CCAS BA ’81, and Lucinda Pola, CCAS BA’ 81, for sharing their story with us! Sometimes, the universe works extra hard to bring two people together. Such is the case with Al and Lucy Pola, who, but for fate, would never have gone out on a first date. “On a spring

President of iHeartMedia Has Soft Spot for GW

In September of 1992, Darren Davis, CCAS BA ’95, a resident of Crawford Hall, received a phone call that would change his life forever. Radio WASH FM had accepted his application to work as an intern at the station. He reported to work the following Monday at 4:00 am, and within four weeks, he was

GW Alumni Encouraged to Be Their Own Judges at Art Basel

Many people don’t know this, but GW has one of the largest, oldest, and most respected museum training programs in the country, offering a variety of masters’ degrees in preparation for museum careers. This experiential springboard has populated museums around the U.S. and around the world. So it’s no surprise that nearly 100 GW alumni,

Two Boston Volunteers Share Highlights from Alumni Weekend

Alumni Weekend 2016 boasted over sixty events, including class reunion celebrations, dean’s receptions, and student organization events. Two Boston Regional Alumni Network Committee volunteers, Dean Coclin (SEAS BA ’84) and Ari Massefski (CCAS BA ’15), share some of their highlights from #GWAW16. “Alumni Weekend 2016 was a blast for both of us! From celebrating the