Joshua Roberts

What I learned in 2003

A new year brings a fresh start for everyone, but the only way to make the future brighter is to learn from the past. Here are just a few of the things GW taught me in 2003. On our campus, deans have been devalued like the Mexican peso. Sometimes after walking out of Phillips Hall […]

Column: Administration hard at work over the summer

Whether you spent your summer chasing your dreams as an intern somewhere in the “real world” or chasing some action at the local beer joint, you’d probably be pleased to know that everybody’s favorite University president wasn’t spending his summer break reading Anthropology Monthly and expanding his ever-growing bow tie collection. As evidenced by his […]