Carolyn Polinsky

GW Spanish professor wins poetry contest

Poetry is one of the most delicate ways in which I can express life, the universe and the people I meet, said Gladys Illarregui, a GW professor who was awarded the International Jorge Luis Borges 1999 award for her book of poems. Illarregui, who is a Spanish professor, will have her book, Poema a Medianoche […]

Local students unite to discuss Africa

Education is the key to overcoming obstacles in Africa, according to a discussion among the leaders of local chapters of the Organization of African Students Thursday in Funger Hall. Students from Howard University, the University of Maryland and GW came together to consider solutions to African problems and to bridge the gaps between local chapters […]

Students lobby Congress

GW students marched into congressional offices Friday to respond to President Clinton’s veto of the Republican’s $792 billion tax cut bill Thursday. The 10 students carried 535 envelopes containing GW economics Professor Robert Dunn’s tax plan, which was printed in The Washington Post Aug. 20 and called for a smaller, less complicated tax cut bill […]