Lauren Blumenthal

ESIA conference addresses Korean politics, economy

The “Outlook Korea” conference hosted by the Elliott School of International Affairs Friday highlighted the economic and political events that have destabilized the Korean peninsula during the past year. GW professors were joined on a panel by representatives from the Embassy of Korea and the Korean Economic Institute of America to discuss the current crises’ […]

PB’s Fall Fest offers playtime on the Quad

Fall Fest drew students to the Quad Saturday to enjoy music, games, free food and prizes at the Program Board’s annual outdoor party. PB members said the mix of good weather, live music and new programming ideas pulled students to the event. The live music on the Quad provided the day’s main attraction. PB Concerts […]

Alumni office builds ties to current students

The new Student-Alumni Society, a branch of the University’s Office of Alumni Relations, will play a proactive role in the GW community this year, the group’s leaders said. Formerly known as the Colonial Ambassadors, the organization wants to develop stronger relationships between current students, alumni and the GW community. In early August, Keith Betts, executive […]