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STUDENT LIFE AT GW

GW Students Robin Eberhardt and Lillianna Byington

 

 

Classroom Meets Career Goals

Students Lillianna Byington, BA ’18, and Robin Eberhardt, BA ’17 saw their hard work pay off when a classroom assignment led to their story being published on the front page of The Washington Post. Tasked with investigating federal money forfeited back to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, they not only made discoveries regarding DC’s housing department, but also cemented their commitment to journalism. Lillianna and Robin found their story at GW. Apply today to find yours.

Find Your GW Story

 


NEWS AND EVENTS

 

GW Today, GW's official online news source

STORIES FROM OUR COMMUNITY

 

GW Alumna Elana Meyers Taylor, BS ‘06, MTA ‘11

Going for Gold

Elana Meyers Taylor, BS ‘06, MTA ‘11, has her sights set on gold this February. This two-time Olympic medalist and GW alumna will be competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics for women’s bobsledding.

Box Project: Uncommon Threads at the GW Museum

Thinking Outside of the Box

"The Box Project: Uncommon Threads" challenged artists to create 3-D works that fit inside small boxes. See the work of 36 acclaimed international at the George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum’s new exhibition.

 


Xavier Adomatis at the Elliott School

Xavier Adomatis

Class of 2021
Elliott School of International Affairs

"#OnlyatGW can you pop in to see the Ambassador of Pakistan before your geography quiz."


 

"My boy George still crackin them mad jokes" - @meeelat

 

"Made it to the capital for school #gwu #Washingtondc" - @alaniib

 

"Monuments at Night" - @hdoylephoto

 

"It’s a beautiful evening to get my nerd on #collegedropouttophd" - @armyspartan'

 

Welcome, President LeBlanc!

 

Welcome, President LeBlanc!

 

Welcome, President LeBlanc!

 

Welcome, President LeBlanc!