Heather Janik

Students debate language credit

GW students said they are pushing GW to follow the lead of most other D.C. universities and accept American Sign Language as a foreign language. Columbian School of Arts and Sciences students said ASL courses should count toward the school’s foreign language and culture requirements. I’m taking ASL because I believe it’s a good life […]

GW will host HOBY conference

GW will host an eight-day conference promoting leadership among high school students later this month. More than 300 high school sophomores will visit Foggy Bottom July 21 to attend the annual Hugh O’Brian Youth World Leadership Congress. The World Leadership Congress, which was last held at GW in 1998, involves students from 40 countries around […]

Two professors will join ESIA faculty

The Elliott School of International Affairs announced the appointment of two new faculty members, Kirk Larsen and Holger Wolf June 14. Wolf will join the Elliott School as an associate professor of economics and international affairs, and will teach two sections of International Macroeconomic Theory and Policy in the fall. Larsen will become the Korea […]

Freshmen get more registration choices

It is not easy being a freshman. Incoming students are meeting new people, getting used to a whole new way of living and trying to choose the right courses. Registration does not have to be a difficult process though, and GW has come up with ways to make it less stressful. A new set of […]