Dena Brody

MLK event planned

A partnership between the Office of Community Service and the D.C. Public Housing Authority will give 200 GW students the chance to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday by making a contribution to the city community. Students from 12 different student organizations will travel to the Knox Hill Senior Center in Southeast D.C. to […]

Indians celebrate new year

More than 400 students and friends of the GW Indian community attended a sold-out celebration of Diwali, the Festival of Lights, hosted by the Indian Students’ Association Friday night. The 15th annual celebration featured Indian and non-Indian students performing 13 different acts in the filled Marvin Center Grand Ballroom in honor of the Indian new […]

Neighbors project joins community and students

While this weekend’s “Make A Difference Day” is a chance for students to help the community, many students perform community service year round through GW service organizations such as Neighbors Project. Neighbors Project operates out of the Office of Community Service, which also runs “Make a Difference Day,” and has encouraged many students to take […]

Students participate in AIDS walk

The 16th Annual AIDS Walk Washington raised $1.2 million Saturday for the Walker Whitman Clinic. GW was well represented in a sea of thousands that gathered at Freedom Plaza. GW students and others from the D.C. area walked the five miles past national monuments. “The GWU Physician Assistant Program, with a group of eleven registered […]