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Former gynecology professor dies at 67

Web Extra Dr. Jay Myron Grodin, a former GW gynecology professor, collapsed of a heart attack at Bethesda Suburban Hospital on Jan. 10 and could not be resuscitated. At 67, Grodin was an established reproductive endocrinologist whose recent career included a large gynecological practice. In 1964, while still in medical school, Grodin and his wife […]

Grad programs draw foreign students

Cost, reputation and location are all qualities that draw international students to GW’s graduate programs, which attract almost three times as many international students as the University’s undergraduate programs. “The school has to have some recognition in their country if they plan to go back home and have their degree be valuable. Name recognition is […]

AIDS walk raises $6 million

Six thousand people helped raise more than $1 million for the Whitman-Walker Clinic in the 21st annual AIDS Walk Washington Saturday morning. Profits from the walk go directly to the Whitman-Walker Clinic, a nonprofit center for HIV and AIDS treatment. The clinic offers free HIV testing and medicine for HIV-positive and AIDS-infected community members living […]

Students aim to form club that promotes gun ownership

Friends and roommates, juniors Andrew Breza and Ken Stauff share an interest in Second Amendment rights and range shooting. After a failed attempt two years ago to start the GW Gunslingers, the pair began organizing the Colonial Militia, a group concerned with gun rights advocacy and shooting for pleasure. “We chose (the name) Colonial Militia […]