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Presents for 2017 GW Gift Guide

Alumni Highlights in Winter 2018 issue of GW Magazine

Alumni Highlights in Winter 2018 issue of GW Magazine

The Winter 2018 issue of GW Magazine features the popular Gift Guide, an in-depth profile of GW’s new president, and profiles of our remarkable alumni. The 2017 GW Gift Guide Bomber jackets, finials, olive oil, stationery, dog carriers, cheese plates, T-shirts, coffee and robots are featured in this curated (and varied) selection of alumni-made gifts

GW Alumnus Brings Light into Darkness

As a child growing up in Washington, D.C., Antwanye Ford, SEAS BS ’87, GWSB MS ’93, learned that a single individual could have a significant impact on the world around him. His parents owned a small upholstery shop in the U Street Corridor, where Antwanye worked after school. Living, working, and contributing to his community

Hear from the Eight Recipients of the Alumni Achievement Award

Annual event recognizes the accomplishments of some of the university’s most distinguished alumni. The university honored the accomplishments of eight of its alumni at the 81st annual Alumni Achievement Awards on Thursday, kicking off this year’s unified Colonials Weekend for alumni, students, family and friends. George Washington University President Thomas LeBlanc said in opening remarks that although he has

GW to Recognize Career Achievements of Eight Alumni

The 2017 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award recipients include Dana Bash, B.A. ’93, CNN chief political correspondent. The Oct. 19 award ceremony helps kick off Colonials Weekend. Eight George Washington University alumni will be honored this year with the Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, the highest form of recognition given annually by the university and the George

University Honors Alumni All-Star Volunteers

Five George Washington University alumni received the Alumni Outstanding Service Award on Thursday for their volunteer efforts in support of the university. View photos from the event in the Flickr gallery. “These awards are really significant as they recognize a critically important value in our university culture, which goes back to the founding vision of

GW Alumnus Endows Stained-glass University Crest

  The University Club of Denver is known throughout Colorado for its collection of stained-glass university crest windows. Thanks to William Mutch, GWSB MPA ’96, GW’s insignia is now part of the tradition. A member of the club since 1999, Mutch says that as more university crests were added over the years, he realized the

Sacramento establishes an alumni network

Jason Dumont, SMPA BA ’07, Sacramento Chair shares his experience of starting an alumni chapter How long have you been volunteering with GW? Since spring 2016. What made you decide to get involved and build up the Sacramento Alumni Network? After moving from D.C. to Northern California in 2010, I attended several alumni events in

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: Erik & Katie

  Thanks to Erik Martino, GWSB BA ’12, and Katie Ogden, GWSPH BS ’13, for sharing their story! On October 15, 2010, Erik Martino shared some interesting news with his roommate. Apparently, he had met his future wife the night before at The Lux Lounge, a popular GW hangout. Little did he know, Katie Ogden also

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