Marie Horrigan

GW dean discusses implications of U.S. foreign intervention

The Elliott School of International Affairs dean discussed global implications of the Clinton Doctrine and U.S. involvement in Kosovo Thursday during a lecture in the Stuart Hall Commons. Dean Harry Harding gave the lecture, entitled What the Clinton Doctrine Means for Asia, as a part of the Pacific Affairs Studies Society’s (PASS) Brown Bag Lecture […]

Barr addresses Mount Vernon

Rep. Bob Barr (R-Ga.) spoke to GW students on the Mount Vernon campus about conservatives’ issues during a GW College Republican event Wednesday night. Barr began the lecture by highlighting his view of the Republican Party’s successes during its reign as the majority party in Congress. In the past five years there has been tremendous […]

GW students meet goal at blood drive, help victims of hurricane

Pale-faced GW students milled about the third floor of the Marvin Center Thursday, waiting to donate their blood at a blood drive. The drive was co-sponsored by the American Islamic Medical Association and the AmeriCorps Neighbors Project. Senior Maliha Malik, a member of AIMA and AmeriCorps, said she began planning the drive during the summer […]