Samuel Johnson

Founder of D.C. Central Kitchen promotes social enterprise endeavors

Web Exclusive Robert Egger, founder of the D.C. Central Kitchen, spoke with students about innovative ways to give back to the community at an event hosted by the GW Social Enterprise Forum in Funger Hall Thursday. Egger – who was named one of Oprah Magazine’s ‘Real Sexiest Men Alive’ in 2006-said he believes social enterprise […]

Campus politicos react to election results

The GW College Democrats and College Republicans eagerly awaited results of the Virginia and New Jersey gubernatorial elections Tuesday night after months of campaigning, but in the end it was only the young GOPers who had reason to party. Both groups held separate election night parties in the Marvin Center to watch election results come […]

Writing the book on public health

Web Exclusive The School of Public Health and Health Sciences literally wrote the book on public health and yet the program flies under the radar of many GW students. SPHHS faculty have written many of the textbooks for public health education, said Sara Wilensky, the director of the SPHHS undergraduate program, including “Public Health 101: […]

College Democrats campaign for NJ governor

Forty GW College Democrats traveled to Bergen County, N.J. Saturday to campaign for Jon Corzine, the Democratic governor who is running for reelection this year. The CDs canvassed and made calls in an attempt to gauge public opinion on the race. With the election coming up on Nov. 3, the Corzine campaign is attempting to […]

Elliott School to launch new research center

The Elliott School of International Affairs plans to launch a new research center this fall that will encourage scholarly work as part of the school’s graduate program for security policy. Elliott School Associate Dean Douglas Shaw said the Institute for Security and Conflict Studies will support research projects and delve into “policy-relevant” questions regarding war, […]