Winter 2016 Archive
With the automobile boom in the rearview and the Interstate Highway System ahead, a professor spent much of the late 1960s and ’70s documenting a moment in time on the American road.
The Bahamian standout took a 900-mile leap and landed as one of the WNBA’s top prospects.
As president of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, Daniel Weiss, BA ’79, finds his way anew on familiar turf.
Other Winter Features
Behind the newly named Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service is an American story more than a century in the making.
As a child in the 1950s, alumna Alexandra "Alex" Tolstoy created oil sketches of Rembrandts and of angels in Michelangelo paintings.
Inside the Jacob Burns Law Library's trove of 35,000 rare books.
And impress friends, significant others, your parents who didn't want you to get that liberal arts degree.
More Alumni News
A run of viral-photo glory has left Joe Gidjunis, BA '04, with questions.
Freshman Harrison Jones took over GW's Instagram account for a week.
Competing in a four-day, women-only transcontinental air race, Carole Scanlon-Goldberg, MS '83, follows a path plied by some of history's greatest aviatrixes.
The maestro of the Musical Instrument Museum offers favorites from the collection.
Baton Rouge-based writer Maggie Heyn Richardson, BA '90, excavates stories of Louisiana's food heritage.
The university's more than 1,300 endowments provide funding for scholarships, professorships and programs, among other things, in perpetuity.
Matt Manfra, GW's new head of alumni relations, offers some highlights.
More than 100 GW alumni, parents, prospective students and other guests mingled during a November afternoon of food and wine pairings in San Francisco.
Read updates from alumni and submit your own.
New fight-song themed uniform deepens the Colonials' closet.
Junior forward Mackenzie Cowley overcame a midseason scoring funk to net the game winning goal in each of the Colonials’ final three games.
Alumni, former coaches and others look back at the moments that mattered.
International students fuel GW's nationally ranked squash programs.