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Colonial Love Q & A: Kris & Martina

Thanks to Kris Harms, SEAS BA ’03, and Martina Angiulo Harms, SPHHS BS ’03, SMHS MSHS ’06, for sharing their story! Where did you meet on campus? Kris and Martina met their Freshman year, both living on the 2nd floor of Thurston Hall. What were your first impressions of each other? Kris remembers Martina studying on her bed when

GW Receives Record-Setting Gifts; Renames School of Public Health

Early this morning, GW Today announced that GW has received gifts from the Milken Institute, the Sumner M. Redstone Charitable Foundation, and the Milken Family Foundation: The George Washington University has received three gifts totaling $80 million that will address—in collaboration with other institutions—many of the world’s public health challenges, focusing on prevention of disease

Alumni Valentines 2014: Last Hurrah!

Throughout the month of February, we’ve introduced you to a dozen couples who all have GW love stories.  Before March is officially upon us, read on for a last round of gdub love — including an update on one of the couples you’ve already met! Camille (Paredes) Glotzbecker, ’07 & John Glotzbecker, ’07 These ’07

Double Alumna Elana Meyers Brings Home the Silver!

Remember our story about Olympic bobsledder Elana Meyers, SPHHS BS ’06, GWSB MTA ’11?  It’s officially time for a victory dance. Meyers and her teammate Lauryn Williams competed today and clinched the silver medal for the US—and the GW community is buzzing with excitement for her and Team USA. “Elana exemplifies the dedication, passion and attitude that

Double Alumna Sets Her Sights on Olympic Gold

With the winter Olympics just a few weeks away, athletes from around the world are gearing up to compete in Sochi. That includes Elana Meyers, SPHHS BS ’06, GWSB MTA ’11, a member of the US Women’s Bobsled National Team, who snagged two victories in December at the International Bobsled & Skeleton Federation’s 2013 World

Top Five Stories of 2013

2013 was a big year for the GW community—from entertainment to politics to business to community service, alumni around the world made a difference, and we were lucky enough to catch up with many of them. Check out which stories were most popular last year: Double Alumna Conquers Crossfit Christy Phillips Adkins, SPHHS BS ’07,

Olympic Hopeful Wins at Bobsled World Cup Race

Have you heard the buzz about Elana Meyers, SPHHS BS ’06, GWSB MTA ’11, who brought home a bronze medal in the last winter Olympics? The Sochi-bound bobsledder just claimed two victories at the International Bobsled & Skeleton Federation’s 2013 World Cup in Park City, UT—and she found time to pen an article about the experience

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