Sarah Lovenheim

International law professor speaks to honor students

A GW law professor who has taken Libya and Saudi Arabia to court over terrorist attacks spoke Thursday night, calling on students to stay informed and take individual action toward preventing future terrorist attacks. Professorial lecturer Allan Gerson, who spoke to about a hundred University honors students and faculty members, said citizens need to re-examine […]

Pi Kappa Alpha returns to campus

After a six-year absence, the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity will be recruiting students this March as the organization hopes to re-establish itself at GW after a mixed history. The national organization discontinued its GW chapter in 1997 after documenting hazing, but said they hoped to bring the fraternity back to campus under better circumstances. “We […]

Students serve in Southeast to honor MLK

Thirteen volunteer organizations spent the day painting the Knox Hill Senior Center in Southeast D.C. Monday to Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Office of Community Service organized the 200 students from GW and Howard University who provided service to the community in honor of the late civil rights activist. “Our project’s message is that […]