Amanda Hess

Students hope to settle lawsuit with city

A recent settlement between the city and seven people who claim they were wrongfully arrested during a 2002 World Bank protest may bode well for several students taking similar action against District departments. Last week, seven people who were arrested at the protest reached a settlement with the city, reportedly getting between $7,000 and $10,000 […]

Elliot School profs. profile foreign policy concerns

Professors from the Elliott School of International Affairs gathered at the National Press Club Monday to discuss their new report on differences between liberal and conservative approaches to foreign policies. Twenty-nine Elliott School professors contributed to the report, titled “Divided Diplomacy and the Next Administration: Conservative and Liberal Alternatives.” Henry R. Nau and David Shambaugh, […]

University introduces new study-away program

A handful of students from across the country will come to GW next semester to study through the University’s new study-away program, GW Spring Term. The program, created earlier this year, invites undergraduate juniors at regionally accredited universities to spend their spring semester in Washington. Students will be able to study in one of three […]