Monday, Feb. 2

Black Heritage Celebration Keynote Address: Judy Smith

Don’t wait until Thursday to get your “Scandal” fix. The inspiration for Olivia Pope’s character, Judy Smith, is kicking off GW’s Black Heritage Month with a keynote address.

7 p.m.

Marvin Center, Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre

Tuesday, Feb. 3

Student Town Hall on the Future of the GW Libraries

Give GW your input on what University libraries need in the next five years at this town hall-style meeting. RSVP for a free Chipotle dinner.


Gelman Library

Thursday, Feb. 5

What’s It Really Like to Be a Foreign Service Officer?

Hear all the details on what it’s like to be a foreign service officer and how to become one at this panel moderated by former diplomat Eric Terzuolo.

5:30 p.m.

The Elliott School, City View Room

Friday, Feb. 6

The South Africa Project Benefit Performance

Enjoy an evening of African culture with Bokamoso youth performances of traditional African singing and dancing, featuring GW a cappella groups.

7:30 p.m.

Marvin Center, Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre

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