Ekiria Magala

Traveling with a sweet deal in hand

Correction appended As GW alumna Bona Park was graduating, she was faced with a choice: work at a law firm or cruise around and sell all-natural salads, yogurts and other assorted wholesome foods. For many, the decision would have been a no-brainer, but Park decided to go with the not-so-traditional option and joined the team […]

“Authors Out Loud” launch speaks volumes

Author Myla Goldberg provided an inside look at her writing Thursday during the launch of “Authors Out Loud,” a literary series cosponsored by GW held at the D.C. Jewish Community Center. An offshoot of a University English course called “Literature Live” that studies contemporary Jewish American authors, the event received funding from alumnus and University […]

Beyond your Imogen

There are musicians, and then there is Imogen Heap: her concert Monday at the Sixth and I Historic Synagogue featured cute costumes, an intricate set and bizarre instruments used to create the English singer-songwriter’s signature blend of pop and electronica. Heap mostly performed songs from her latest effort, “Ellipse,” along with a few older favorites […]