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GW Physics Professor Igor Strakovsky Inspires Students' Nomination
Sports Broadcaster Bob Costas Joins Marvin Kalb for a "Play by Play" of Hits, Misses, and the Bottom Line during The Kalb Report Oct. 13, 2008; 8 p.m.
Out of the Archives: Columbian College's Civil War Doctors
Two Projects Aim to Improve Global Health
Oct. 3 Battleground Tracking Poll Results Released
Upon Closer Inspection: A Historical Look at U.S. Business Explains Much About Today's Economic Issues Says GW Professor's Book
VIDEO: Be a Good Neighbor
Employee Training and Development's Fall Course Schedule
Sign up for Weight Watchers @ Work
Enter the GW Recycling Truck Design Contest by October 15
October 6: Cartoonists Join for "Happy Accidents," A Discussion of Contemporary Themes and Issues in Graphic Novels at GW's Gelman Library
October 7 and 15: GW College Republicans and College Democrats Host Presidential Debate Watch Parties
October 7: Colonial Community Halloween Fun
October 7: Family Care Resources On-Campus Counseling Days
October 7: Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Discusses His Career in Higher Education with Radio Host Mimi Geerges
October 7: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for GW's Alexandria Graduate Education Center
October 8: Exhibit: "Building a Culture of Peace"
October 9: Free, Confidential Screenings Offered at GW on National Depression Screening Day
October 9: Panel Discussion: Post-Abortion Mental Health Effects, Awareness, and Politics
October 9: GW's Elliott School of International Affairs Hosts a Conversation on Instabilities in the 21st Century
October 10: Colonial Community Book Club: "Angela's Ashes"
October 10-12 and 16-19: GW Department of Theatre and Dance Presents "New Plays Festival"
October 12: Microsoft Tech Talk!
October 15: "GW Homes" Home Buying Workshop
October 15-16: GW Hosts Information Security Education Training to Recognize National Cyber Security Awareness Month
October 19: Sixth Annual Foggy Bottom/West End Neighborhood Block Party, Oct. 19
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