Sean Redding

Professor helps to model AIDS virus

A GW professor may be a step closer to finding a vaccination for AIDS. With his team, physics assistant professor Guanyu Wang has successfully created a computer model replicating the evolution of the HIV virus in all its stages within the human body. Wang did most of his research at Rice University in Texas with […]

Students opt for “Vern”

When freshman Simone Smith visited GW on a campus tour last spring, she decided almost immediately that Mount Vernon was the place for her. “Visiting the Vern is what made everything click for me,” she said. Smith is one of 376 students who listed Mount Vernon as a first or second choice for a housing […]

Tower Records prepares to close

Tower Records customers will have to start looking for a new place to buy their music and movies. Tower Records, located across from the Marvin Center in the Shops at 2000 Penn, will be closing its doors. Great American Group Chief Executive Officer Harvey Yellen said in an interview that the store will close when […]

Opting for “the Vern”

When freshman Simone Smith visited GW on a campus tour last spring, she decided almost immediately that Mount Vernon was the place for her. “Visiting the Vern is what made everything click for me,” she said. Smith is one of 376 students who listed Mount Vernon as a first or second choice for a housing […]

Kerry-Edwards campaign manager talks to College Democrats

John Kerry’s 2004 presidential campaign manager Mary Beth Cahill gave students a behind-the-scenes look at campaigns Monday night. The political strategist spoke in the Marvin Center to an audience of about 130 students. In her speech at the GW College Democrats-sponsored event, Cahill offered optimistic predictions for the Democrats in 2006. “The (Democratic Congressional Campaign […]