After almost three years operating as a catering business, District Doughnut’s shop on Barracks Row is the first brick-and-mortar establishment for owners Greg Menna and Juan Pablo Segura.
CapMac co-owners Brian Arnoff and Vicky Harris have looked into storefronts in the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia area – and specifically around GW’s neighborhood – but have not yet pinned down a location.
Undergraduates in the honors international affairs class Holocaust and Memory pieced together letters, timelines, telegrams and dreary, black-and-white photographs to dive inside the life of a Holocaust survivor.
After the School of Public Health and Health Services unveiled a fully online graduate program in late October, Jessica Bress and Sophia Tripoli became suspicious. The public health master’s students feared the program – propped up by a likely multimillion-dollar investment by an education technology company – would “water down” their degrees by growing the […]
The School of Media and Public Affairs will aim to build its brand and pump in revenue by launching programs to help professionals catch up in the digital age. The school’s first jump into executive education, a major money-maker typically offered by business schools, will try to tap into D.C.’s wide market of professionals working […]
Dzhalal Agakishiev’s trek to chemistry class, in the torrential downpour before the sun came up Friday morning, was a bit of a slog.