Brian Weiss

GW adds study abroad options

Study abroad officials added more than 100 locations to its list of affiliated programs last week following last semester’s decision to stop accepting credit from more than 5,000 unaffiliated programs. The school added 126 study abroad locations to its list of GW-affiliated programs, bringing the total number to 213. The final list for the fall, […]

Study abroad office to cut nonaffiliated programs

Study abroad officials said this week that GW will stop accepting academic credit from programs unaffiliated with the University next fall. Encouraging students to use GW-affiliated study abroad programs will ensure “academic quality” for students, Study Abroad Director Lynn Leonard said. She added that the office plans to add options to current affiliated programs to […]

Greeks debate housing

Sparse amenities and the smell of stale beer may typify many Greek-letter living experiences. Beginning in fall 2003, however, several Greek organizations on campus will be able to enjoy new accommodations in the $16 million townhouse complex currently under construction on the corner of 23rd and G streets. Encouraging a growing trend The University broke […]

Housing oversees smooth move-in

Packing her car at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, freshman Meredith Blumoff prepared for her 12-hour drive from Atlanta to Washington on little sleep. Blumoff said she arrived in D.C. about 8 p.m. that night, exhausted but looking forward to move-in the next day. More than 1,500 freshmen moved into GW residence halls Thursday, filling the sidewalk […]