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Arab students converge on national conference

GW played host to 11 universities for the national Union of Arab Student Associations’ fourth annual conference this weekend. About 400 students crowded the Marvin Center for three days of panels and cultural programs. The UASA, an umbrella group of Arab student organizations at 11 local universities including Johns Hopkins and University of California-San Diego, […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Experts discuss immigration restrictions

U.S. immigration reform was the topic of debate Friday night at a televised panel discussion in the Marvin Center Ballroom. GW professor Amitai Etzioni joined other immigration experts in addressing the need for changes in U.S immigration policy after Sept. 11. The Communitarian Network, a non-partisan research institute, organized the panel, which included Mark Krikorian […]

Student slated to run Olympic torch

It is a tradition that dates back to the first Olympics and a responsibility not entrusted to many. It is also an honor given to GW junior Jordan Usdan – the opportunity to carry the Olympic torch through the nation’s capital as it continues its 65 day route through 46 states to Salt Lake City, […]

Family Weekend: Old Town Alexandria

Many parents are familiar with traditional sites around D.C., but not everyone knows about Old Town Alexandria, Va., a historical area with cobblestone streets, old-fashioned shops and a busy waterfront. Old Town Alexandria is a short ride away, and those without a car can reach it by Metro. DASH, a free shuttle service, is offered […]