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GW Welcome Days 2021

GW Students take part in Welcome Days of Service, an annual occasion that connects first-year college students to the world of neighborhood service and civic engagement on the college. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Sarah Pinkaw, a first-year pupil majoring in worldwide affairs, organizes a e book shelf on the School Without Walls throughout Welcome Days of Service. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Peyton Pavy, a first-year pupil majoring in political science and historical past, paints a mural at The Store in District House. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Students apply life-saving strategies throughout CPR coaching held throughout GW Days of Service. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Students apply life-saving strategies throughout CPR coaching held throughout GW Days of Service. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Tokyo Olympics reunion

Greg Foscato (left) and Lars Thorn collect for an Olympic reunion and watch social gathering.

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Greg Foscator (left), Lars Thorn, Lisa Delpy-Neirotti, Shahrad Nasajpour and Hisham Shehabi collect for an Olympic reunion and watch social gathering.

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Michael Steele (left), Lisa Chazanovitz, Cecily Martin, Adam Teeple, Lisa Delpy Neirotti, Adam Richeliu and Lars Thorn collect for an Olympic reunion and watch social gathering.

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Hannah Sturgis, “Blood Real Red.” B.A., theatre.

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Elizabeth (Geyang) Wang, “Born from Tears.” B.A., theatre.

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William Ryder, “Summer Reps.” M.F.A., classical appearing.

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Seulki Kim, “The Loneliness.” B.A., advantageous artwork.

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Julia Chodyla, “Rouse.” B.A., dance.

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Zainab Balogun, “CareerBuilder: A mobile app design for career development.” M.A., interplay design.

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Lila Gaber, “Tunnel.” B.F.A., inside structure.

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Maywadee Viriyapah,”Inheritance.” B.A., advantageous artwork.

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DC High Capacity Vaccination
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Saturday at the DC Convention Center.
President LeBlanc welcomes students for spring move-in 2021
President LeBlanc welcomes students for spring move-in 2021
President LeBlanc welcomes students for spring move-in 2021
President LeBlanc welcomes students for spring move-in 2021
President LeBlanc welcomes students for spring move-in 2021
President LeBlanc welcomes students for spring move-in 2021
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Washington, D.C., November 7, 2020. By Ari Joel Golub (@arigolub.photo). (Ari Golub/GW Hatchet)
Washington, D.C., November 3, 2020. By Maansi Srivastava (@maansi.photo).

Washington, D.C., November 3, 2020. By Maansi Srivastava (@maansi.photograph).

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Washington, D.C., November 3, 2020. By Arielle Bader (@abaderphoto).

Washington, D.C., November 3, 2020. By Arielle Bader (@abaderphoto). (Arielle Bader/GW Hatchet)

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Keymar, MD, October 30, 2020. By Camille DeSanto (@camille.desanto.photography).

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West Palm Beach, FL, September 26, 2020. By Sydney Walsh (@sydneywalshphoto)

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BLM Protests June 4-6 2020

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Mixed media by Robin Cho

Heesang “Robin” Cho, B.A. ’20, is a Korean-American artist born in North Carolina and raised in South Korea. She writes that her thesis, “Breather,” “focus[es] on giving myself the breathing space necessary to release my complex emotions in the form of art.”

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Watercolor by Robin Cho

Robin Cho’s collages are created from combined media and located objects, together with however not restricted to paper luggage, strings and tea luggage.

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Joey Enriquez is a grasp of advantageous arts diploma candidate making digital artwork, pictures, prints and sculpture. This work, “deserto deserto,” recreates the adobe home smash in Garfield, N.M., the place the artist’s great-great-grandmother and her daughter lived, and by which the place they have been killed by Joey’s great-great-grandfather in 1914.

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According to the artist’s assertion, “By recreating a part of the adobe home that’s nonetheless standing at present, Joey investigates the resilience and survivorship that characterizes issues that inhabit the desert. As they assemble the adobe bricks themselves in D.C., it symbolizes the materiality of the wall itself…its removing from the desert factors to

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Sam Gardner

Sam Gardner, B.F.A. ’20, is the founder and proprietor of Pancakes—a label that originated as a {custom} shoe retailer and has advanced to promoting handmade unique clothes constituted of recycled supplies and all sorts of artwork. Each merchandise has a singular id of its personal and is made by way of sustainable practices.

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Sam Gardner

Courtesy Sam Gardner.

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Isaac Jonas,

Issac Jones, B.F.A. ’21, combines his conventional advantageous arts background with a journalistic sensibility to inform tales specializing in social points. His thesis, “No Miraculous Ram,” grew to become a approach for Isaac to discover his private relationships.

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Isaac Jonas,

According to Isaac Jonas’s artist’s assertion, “An exploration of the family unit and cultural expectations is key to understanding the cultural differences between the myriad communities in the United States…While my work is rarely so personal, this served as therapy and a way for me to deeply understand my surroundings.”

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Eric Lee, photojournalism

Eric Lee, M.A. ’20, is a documentary photographer finding out new media photojournalism. His thesis, “Where We’re Really From,” adopted the Phams household for over a 12 months to discover what Asian-American boyhood seems to be like. The undertaking was impressed by Mr. Lee’s personal childhood experiences in Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Eric Lee, photojournalism

Courtesy Eric Lee

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Catherine Leonard, fine art photography

Catherine Leonard, B.F.A ’20, is a advantageous artwork photographer and artist from Silver Spring, Md. Her thesis, “The Way By Which I Came,” relies on the uncovering of a sequence of poems in a sketchbook left behind by her grandmother.

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Courtesy Catherine Leonard

According to her artist’s assertion, Ms. Leonard makes use of her grandmother’s narrative poetry and creations, in context along with her photos, to attain a mixed understanding of her grandmother’s previous and her household’s current.

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Anna Savino

Anna Savino, B.F.A. ’20, is captivated with each inside design and dance. She makes use of conceptual structure to discover how a consumer’s setting impacts their expertise and, inversely, how an setting is impacted by human interplay. “Tra_nslations” combines dance and inside structure, emphasizing the rising significance of

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Anna Savino

The design homes a collective for dancers who want to sustain their apply post-studio coaching. She hopes to convey modern dance to the forefront of neighborhood tradition by permitting guests to interact in their very own “dance” by way of circulation patterns and exploration of the house, mimicking the dance that the first customers take part in.

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Patrick Walsh

Born in Washington, D.C., to a household of diplomats, Patrick Walsh, M.F.A. ’20, attributes his love for inside structure to the touring he did as a toddler. As a design pupil at GW, he has developed a robust appreciation for sustainable and “biophilic” design—integrating components of nature into constructed environments.

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Patrick Walsh

His thesis, “Anacostine Boat House & Nature Center,” seeks to deal with the disconnect between Washingtonians and the Potomac River. The heart will function a boating dock, public park, venue and academic heart, offering guests with a possibility to study concerning the historical past of the Potomac River, its native inhabitants and the impression of

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Petrona Morrison - Selfie, 2017, video installation

Petrona Morrison, “Selfie,” 2017. Video set up.

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Charo Oquet,

Charo Oquet, “Entering a Rara Garden,” 2019. Ceramic set up.

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Kurt Nahar, “Bleach1 and Bleach 2,” 2018. Acrylic paint and paper collage on onerous board.

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Juan Ernesto Requena, OUR HUMANITIES WILL PERPETUATE US, Phosphorescent pigment, stencils, site-specific dimensions, 2019.

Juan Ernesto Requena, “OUR HUMANITIES WILL PERPETUATE US,” 2019. Phosphorescent pigment, stencils.

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Esperanza Cortes - LA PLATEADA, 2019, clay and chains, 48 x 6 x 4 inches. GOLD VIEW, 2019, clay sculpture, gold metal beads, 60

Esperanza Cortes, “LA PLATEADA,” 2019, clay and chains; “GOLD VIEW,” 2019, clay sculpture, gold metallic beads; “LA CRIOLLA II,” 2019, clay chains, amulets.

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Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz - Pieta (at Knowles Memorial Chapel), 2017, archival digital print,

Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz, “Pieta (at Knowles Memorial Chapel),” 2017. Archival digital print.

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Kurt Nahar - YOUR COMFORT ZONE WILL KILL YOU, 2016, acrylic paint collage, braided brown rope, tie wraps on canvas,

Kurt Nahar, “YOUR COMFORT ZONE WILL KILL YOU,” 2016. Acrylic paint collage, braided brown rope, tie wraps on canvas.

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Tyler Mitchell - All American Family Portrait, 2018 - 2019, archival pigment print, mounted and framed,

Tyler Mitchell, “All American Family Portrait,” 2018 to 2019. Archival pigment print, mounted and framed.

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Asser Saint-Val,

Asser Saint-Val, “The Philosopher’s Stone,” 2018. Multi-sensory interactive set up with helium sculpture, mattress, binaural recording, aromas, leaves, licorice and efficiency. Costume by Dyhemmia Williams, textile by Patty Suau.

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Izia Lee Lindsay - Oceanic 1 and 2, 2018, screen print on fabric, 120 x 60 inches and Mas 1 and 2, screen print on fabric, 120 x

Izia Lee Lindsay, “Oceanic 1 and 2”, 2018, and “Mas 1 and 2.” Screen print on cloth.

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Guy Gabon - Decentering the gaze, Ain't I a human? 2019, Mixed media textile techniques, denim, old clothes, various objects

Guy Gabon, “Decentering the gaze, Ain’t I a human?” 2019. Mixed media textile strategies, denim, outdated garments, varied objects.

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Evelyn Politzer - Every Drop Counts, 2018, hand-knit wool, dimensions variable.

Evelyn Politzer, “Every Drop Counts,” 2018. Hand-knit wool.

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Jared McGriff - Six Flowers, 2018, oil and acrylic on canvas, 31 3/8 x 41 1/2 (Left). Janusian Things, 2018, Oil and acrylic on

Jared McGriff, “Six Flowers,” 2018, and “Janusian Things,” 2018. Oil and acrylic on canvas.

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Deborah Willis - Reflections on Joan Baez's Civil War, 2018, dancers: Djassi Johnson and Kevin Boseman, digital inkjet prints an

Deborah Willis, “Reflections on Joan Baez’s Civil War,” 2018. Dancers: Djassi Johnson and Kevin Boseman. Digital inkjet prints and video.

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Devora Perez

Devora Perez, “Man-Made Environment (here, there, and everywhere),” 2019.

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GW GALA 2020
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Artesos do Corpo
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Lunar New Year 2020
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 President LeBlanc talks with the Cartagenova family (guests of Larry Lane) and Larry Lane, B.A. ‘68, M.A. ‘76 (far right)

GW President Thomas LeBlanc talks with the Cartagenova household and Larry Lane, B.A. ’68, M.A. ’76 (far proper). (Photo by Ben Solomon)

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Alumni and guests mingle during cocktail hour at GW + You.

Alumni and visitors mingle throughout cocktail hour at GW + You Philadelphia. (Photo by Ben Solomon)

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 Donna Arbide and President LeBlanc talk with Tony Bawidamann, M.A. ‘96 during the cocktail hour at GW + You Philadelphia.

Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Donna Arbide and Dr. LeBlanc discuss with Tony Bawidamann, M.A. ’96, through the cocktail hour at GW + You Philadelphia. (Photo by Ben Solomon)

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 Event moderator Vikram Kuriyan, B.A ’05 and President LeBlanc at GW + You Philadelphia.

Event moderator Vikram Kuriyan, B.A. ’05, and Dr. LeBlanc at GW + You Philadelphia. (Photo by Ben Solomon)

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Vikram Kuriyan, B.A ’05 and President LeBlanc speak with the audience during the GW + You Philadelphia program.

Vikram Kuriyan, B.A. ’05, and Dr. LeBlanc communicate with the viewers through the GW + You Philadelphia program. (Photo by Ben Solomon)

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 Christine “Chrissy” Caggiano, B.A. ‘06 opens the program at GW + You Philadelphia.

Christine “Chrissy” Caggiano, B.A. ’06, opens this system at GW + You Philadelphia. (Photo by Ben Solomon)

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 Associate Vice President of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving Patty Carocci offers closing remarks.

Associate Vice President of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving Patty Carocci affords closing remarks at GW + You Philadelphia. (Photo by Ben Solomon)

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 President LeBlanc shares a photo with newly admitted student Ella Haines and her mother Jamie (Wool) Haines, B.A. ‘96

Dr. LeBlanc shares a photograph with newly admitted pupil Ella Haines and her mom Jamie (Wool) Haines, B.A. ’96. (Photo by Ben Solomon)

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Line Dancing
GW Canoe Battle
GW Canoe Battle
GW Canoe Battle
GW Canoe Battle
GW Canoe Battle
GW Canoe Battle
GW Canoe Battle
GW Canoe Battle
Paella fall 2019
Paella fall 2019
Paella fall 2019
Paella fall 2019
Paella fall 2019
Paella fall 2019
Paella fall 2019
Paella fall 2019
Paella fall 2019
Paella fall 2019
THANKFUL2019

Kate Carpenter, a first-year pupil finding out communications: “I’m grateful for both of these [groups] because they have provided me a way to meet my best friends on campus.”

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THANKFUL2019

Thalia Perez, a first-year pupil finding out psychology: “I’ve been really happy lately. I’m GVO right now—good vibes only.”

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SJ Matthews, a senior finding out classical research and Student Association president: “I lived there, met a lot of my friends there and my mom went to Mount Vernon College there. I still go there once a week. It’s my place.”

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Gianni Siddiqui, a first-year pupil finding out enterprise administration: “I think the most important thing is to have a good support group because when you have that, you can accomplish anything.”

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Ananya Murthy, a sophomore finding out worldwide affairs: “School is rough, and I’m glad I’ve gotten through the semester with no finals.”

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From left: Parker Staub, a first-year pupil finding out political science; Zoe Warren, a first-year pupil finding out worldwide affairs; and Quin Bright, a first-year pupil finding out enterprise. “It’s a welcoming community. Everyone is so close,” Ms. Warren stated.

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THANKFUL2019

Louis Cesaratto, a first-year pupil finding out political science: “I love all food, a lot, and the 7-Eleven [on 19th Street Northwest] has frozen Coke slushies and really nice people.”

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THANKFUL2019

Abby Canning, a sophomore finding out worldwide affairs: “I’m from Austin, Texas, and I was not prepared for winter last year.”

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THANKFUL2019

Natalie Ioele (l), a senior finding out American research and Jay Xu, a junior finding out worldwide enterprise. “Natalie makes me coffee,” Mr. Xu stated. “Jay gives me free clothes,” Ms. Ioele stated.

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Michelle Gung, a senior finding out sociology: “They’ve been my biggest source of support at GW. Without them, I wouldn’t be here.”

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Stephen Bruce, a sophomore finding out graphic design: “Last year I was in SEAS, and it wasn’t what I wanted to do. Now, I’m in the Corcoran doing what I love, and I’m thankful that they accepted me.”

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Timur Murillo (l), a first-year pupil finding out finance and economics, is grateful for his roommate Joseph Song, a first-year pupil finding out worldwide affairs. “Will he be my roommate next year? TBD (to be determined),” Mr. Murillo joked. “He’s a very supportive and well-rounded person, who I love, and I’m glad he’s my roommate.”

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Misaal Irfan, a first-year pupil finding out worldwide affairs, stated she has loved getting to know the town. “I went to the Senate the other day,” she stated. “It’s so crazy that I have the opportunity to go there and maybe intern there. It’s really exciting.”

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Potomac Square Opening
Potomac Square Opening
Potomac Square Opening
Potomac Square Opening
Potomac Square Opening
Potomac Square Opening
2019 Halloween Bonfire
2019 Halloween Bonfire
2019 Halloween Bonfire
2019 Halloween Bonfire
2019 Halloween Bonfire
2019 Halloween Bonfire
2019 Halloween Bonfire
2019 Halloween Bonfire
2019 Halloween Bonfire
2019 Halloween Bonfire
2019 Halloween Bonfire
2019 Halloween Bonfire
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Corcoran Costume Ball 2019
Kogan Makerspace 2019
Kogan Makerspace 2019
Kogan Makerspace 2019
Kogan Makerspace 2019
Kogan Makerspace 2019
Kogan Makerspace 2019
Kogan Makerspace 2019
Kogan Makerspace 2019
Kogan Makerspace 2019
Kogan Makerspace 2019
Kogan Makerspace 2019
Kogan Makerspace 2019
Kogan Makerspace 2019
Fall Favorites 2019

Alphonso Bonds (l) and Kwame Bonsu, each seniors finding out civil engineering. “The vibes are more calm and cozy; people are more calm than they are in the summer,” Mr. Bonds stated.

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Fall Favorites 2019

Omnia Abdalla, a sophomore finding out worldwide affairs with a focus in Arabic research: “It’s aesthetically pleasing. Campus looks pretty when the leaves are red and yellow.”

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Fall Favorites 2019

Joseph Gurr (l), a junior finding out communications, and Dom Reynoso, a senior finding out English. “It’s the most pleasant time of year to enjoy all that our beautiful city has to offer,” Mr. Gurr stated.

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Fall Favorites 2019

Trinity Bell, a junior finding out cognitive neuro-science: “I like switching up the fashion from summer to fall.”

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Fall Favorites 2019

Marianne Khattar, a senior double majoring in music and communications: “This is big Taurus energy! I like to be indoors and cozy when it’s cold.”

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Fall Favorites 2019

Nick Karlson, a first-year pupil finding out mechanical engineering: “I like to be comfortable and 90-degree, humid weather is not it.”

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Fall Favorites 2019

Nissi Thapa (l), a first-year graduate pupil finding out communications administration: “This is the transition between summer and winter. I’m an outdoors person so I like to see the change.” Margaret Adetimehin, a first-year graduate pupil finding out communications administration: “I like taking photos. [Bare trees] just give a vintage feeling.”

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Fall Favorites 2019

From left to proper: Max Kostyashkin, a junior finding out civil engineering; Matthew Silver, a junior finding out enterprise administration with a focus in actual property; and Daniel Chafetz, a junior finding out accounting. “I’ve had three [midterms] in the past two weeks and the fourth is later this week. I’m ready to be done,” Mr. Chafetz stated.

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Fall Favorites 2019

Michael Kohler, a sophomore finding out political communication: “There’s a coffee shop in my hometown that sells warm apple chai-der (chai and apple cider), and it’s my favorite warm drink of them all.”

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ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
ISO World Tour 2019
Colonials Weekend 2019
Colonials Weekend 2019
Colonials Weekend 2019
Colonials Weekend 2019
Colonials Weekend 2019
Colonials Weekend 2019
Colonials Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Colonial Weekend 2019
Jose Andres
Jose Andres
Jose Andres
Jose Andres
Jose Andres
Jose Andres
Jose Andres
Jose Andres
9 11 Memorial
9 11 Memorial
9 11 Memorial
9 11 Memorial
9 11 Memorial
9 11 Memorial
9 11 Memorial
Gelman Power Washing

Building facades like Gelman’s are grime-free after a GW-funded stress wash. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Kogan Power Washing

Kogan Plaza additionally received a wash. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Residence Hall Lobby

Another residence corridor obtained updates, together with new flooring and furnishings for lounging. (Harrison Jones/GW Today)

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Benches

Benches on the Foggy Bottom campus are new, cleaned or repaired. (Harrison Jones/GW Today)

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Marvin Center Common Area

In the Marvin Center, an up to date first-floor entry greets guests. (Harrison Jones/GW Today)

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Park Updates

Parks and outside areas at the moment are extra inviting areas to collect. (Harrison Jones/GW Today)

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Residence hall lobby

Across campuses, residence halls obtained updates, together with new portray, furnishings, flooring, neighborhood house and different refreshes. (Harrison Jones/GW Today)

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GW at the Nationals
GW at the Nationals
GW at the Nationals
GW at the Nationals
GW at the Nationals
GW at the Nationals
GW at the Nationals
GW at the Nationals
GW at the Nationals
GW at the Nationals
GW at the Nationals
GW at the Nationals
GW at the Nationals
MSSC Block Party 2019
MSSC Block Party 2019
MSSC Block Party 2019
MSSC Block Party 2019
MSSC Block Party 2019
MSSC Block Party 2019
MSSC Block Party 2019
MSSC Block Party 2019
MSSC Block Party 2019
MSSC Block Party 2019
MSSC Block Party 2019
Move In

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Move In

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Move In

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Move In

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Move In

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Move In

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Move In

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Move In

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Kick Off

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Kick Off

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Kick Off

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Welcome Week

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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Welcome Week

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Welcome Week 2019

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BBQ

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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BBQ

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BBQ

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First Night

(Harrison Jones/GW Today)

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First Night

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First Night

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First Night

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Dining Festival

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Dining Festival

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Dining Festival

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Welcome Day of Service 2019
Welcome Day of Service 2019
Welcome Day of Service 2019
Welcome Day of Service 2019
Welcome Day of Service 2019
Welcome Day of Service 2019
Welcome Day of Service 2019
Welcome Day of Service 2019
Welcome Day of Service 2019
Welcome Day of Service 2019
Welcome Day of Service 2019
Welcome Day of Service 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
Proud to Be GW 2019
GW Celebrates Pride 2019
GW Celebrates Pride 2019
GW Celebrates Pride 2019
GW Celebrates Pride 2019
GW Celebrates Pride 2019
GW Celebrates Pride 2019
GW Celebrates Pride 2019
GW Celebrates Pride 2019
Pollinators1

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Pollinators2

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Pollinators3

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Pollinators4

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Pollinator10

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Pollinators5

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Pollinators6

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Pollinators7

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Pollinators8

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Pollinators9

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Pollinators11

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Pollinators12

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President LeBlanc and GW community members
GW community members in London
GW community members in London
President LeBlanc, Mrs. LeBlanc, GW community members in London
GW community members in London
GW community members
Donna Arbide and GW community members
President LeBlanc and GW community members
students embracing in commencement attire

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graduate smiling with arms outstretched

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graduate in sunglasses among crowd of graduates

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Washington Monument behind the commencement stage

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three graduates in a line

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graduates with designed caps,

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graduate smiling with tassle

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crowd of graduates

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Savannah Guthrie smiling at podium

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crowd of graduates with one cap thrown in air

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smiling graduates clapping

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two students with designed graduation caps

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smiling alumni in regalia, seats with sign Alumni Emerit

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Provost smiling at podium

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Savannah Guthrie with group of university members smiling on stage

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singer at podium with university members holding hands over hearts

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speaker at podium

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graduate smiling on stage

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President LeBlanc taking picture from podium

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Nelson Carbonell at podium

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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President LeBlanc at podium clapping for award recipients

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hood being placed on Savannah Guthrie

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speaker at podium

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staff volunteers cleaning up chairs

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graduate walking on National Mall with American flags behind him

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three students in regalia jumping

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commencement stage

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President LeBlanc at podium

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student speaker at podium

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Congressional Art Competition 2019
Congressional Art Competition 2019
Congressional Art Competition 2019
Congressional Art Competition 2019
Congressional Art Competition 2019
Congressional Art Competition 2019
Congressional Art Competition 2019
Congressional Art Competition 2019
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
emerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas Conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
eMerge Americas conference
Chalk-In 2019
Chalk-In 2019
Chalk-In 2019
Chalk-In 2019
Chalk-In 2019
Chalk-In 2019
Chalk-In 2019
Chalk-In 2019
Chalk-In 2019
Chalk-In 2019
Petting Zoo 2019
Petting Zoo 2019
Petting Zoo 2019
Petting Zoo 2019
students walking into NEXT 2019

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student looking at NEXT brochure on podium

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NEXT 2019 exhibit

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NEXT 2019

(Keara Wilson/Kreative Mindset Photography)

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viewers of NEXT 2019 walk through gallery

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NEXT 2019 work

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participants walk under art installation at NEXT

(Sydney Elle Gray/GW Today)

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student with headphones on looking at exhibit

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crowds at NEXT 2019

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Earth Day Fair
Earth Day Fair
Earth Day Fair
Earth Day Fair
Earth Day Fair
Earth Day Fair
Earth Day Fair
Flag Day 2019
Flag Day 2019
Flag Day 2019
Flag Day 2019
Flag Day 2019
Flag Day 2019
Flag Day 2019
Flag Day 2019
Flag Day 2019
Flag Day 2019
Flag Day 2019
MVC Fountain Day
MVC Fountain Day
MVC Fountain Day
MVC Fountain Day
MVC Fountain Day
MVC Fountain Day
MVC Fountain Day
MVC Fountain Day
MVC Fountain Day
MVC Fountain Day
MVC Fountain Day
MVC Fountain Day
Research Days 2019

(William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Research Days

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Research Days

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Research Days

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Research Days

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Research Days

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Research Days

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Research Days

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GW Black Alumni Association IMPACT Awards

Christine Darden and Warren Brown

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GW Black Alumni Association IMPACT Awards

Christine Darden and Dr. LeBlanc

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GW Black Alumni Association IMPACT Awards

Richard Fowler

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GW Black Alumni Association IMPACT Awards
GW Black Alumni Association IMPACT Awards

Christine Darden

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mascot George walks down the street with his arm around a GW community member
smiling SJT award winner embraced by woman
speaker at podium with mic
Dr. LeBlanc congratulates SJT winner
mascot George with SJT winner
SJT winner holds up scholarship award letter smiling
SJT winner smiles in classroom
SJT winner smiles as he is awarded scholarship
students celebrating win
Dr. LeBlanc  shakes hand of SJT recipient
SJT recipient hugs mascot George
SJT recipient smiles
SJT recipient smiles  with mascot George and Dr LeBlanc looking on
Dr LeBlanc shakes hand of SJT recipient
smiling SJT recipient wearing a GW hat
smiling SJT recipient wearing a GW hat
GW Posse Plus Retreat
GW Posse Plus Retreat
GW Posse Plus Retreat
GW Posse Plus Retreat
GW Posse Plus Retreat
GW Posse Plus Retreat
President Thomas LeBlanc, Donna Arbide and members of the GW Community
President LeBlanc and members of the GW community
GW community members
GW staff member Karen White
President Thomas LeBlanc
Gymnastics Oklahoma City
Gymnastics Oklahoma City
Gymnastics Oklahoma City
Gymnastics Oklahoma City
bonfire 2019
bonfire 2019
bonfire 2019
bonfire 2019
bonfire 2019
bonfire 2019
bonfire 2019
bonfire 2019
bonfire 2019
bonfire 2019
bonfire 2019
bonfire 2019
South Africa Project 2019
South Africa Project 2019
South Africa Project 2019
South Africa Project 2019
South Africa Project 2019
South Africa Project 2019
South Africa Project 2019
South Africa Project 2019
Chinese Lunar New Year 2019
Chinese New Year 2019
Chinese New Year 2019
Chinese New Year 2019
Chinese New Year 2019
Chinese New Year 2019
Chinese New Year 2019
Chinese New Year 2019
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Midnight Breakfast 2018
Midnight Breakfast 2018
Midnight Breakfast 2018
Midnight Breakfast 2018
Midnight Breakfast 2018
Midnight Breakfast 2018
Midnight Breakfast 2018
Midnight Breakfast 2018
Midnight Breakfast 2018
Midnight Breakfast 2018
Midnight Breakfast 2018
Midnight Breakfast 2018
Interfaith dinner

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(Harrison Jones/ GW Today)

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interfaith dinner

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Sen. Mark Warner

Sen. Mark Warner arrives on the Smith Center for his annual custom of pre-Thanksgiving pickup basketball video games.

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Sen. Mark Warner

Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin E. Fairfax drives towards the basket through the set of video games.

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Sen. Mark Warner

Sen. Warner joins members of the basketball group from the School Without Walls.

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Sen. Mark Warner

Sen. Warner catches up with Tanya Vogel, GW’s director of athletics and recreation.

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Sen. Mark Warner

Joining the senator’s pickup video games this 12 months was fellow Virginia politician Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax (D).

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ISO and The Textile Museum event
ISO and The Textile Museum evetn
ISO and The Textile Museum event
ISO and The Textile Museum event
ISO and The Textile Museum event
ISO and The Textile Museum event
ISO and The Textile Museum event
ISO and The Textile Museum event
ISO and The Textile Museum event
ISO and The Textile Museum
ISO and The Textile Museum event
ISO and The Textile Museum event
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Student Thanks 2018

Divya Odayappan, a junior finding out worldwide affairs: “It makes GW feel like a home even though I’m far away from home.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Keely Dudek, a sophomore finding out worldwide affairs, stated she was grateful for her mates’ assist.

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Student Thanks 2018

Britney Peart, a first-year pupil finding out public well being:
“My morals and who I am–being a black person I think it kind of gauges who I am, how I’m seen in society. It’s something that I like to embrace even though people try to put me down for being it, so I’m thankful for it.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Julia Lorditch, a junior finding out enterprise, stated she was grateful for “the opportunity to get a four-year degree at a very prestigious institution.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Zophia Humphrey (l), Marina Peras (c) and Julia Keough (r), all first-year college students finding out enterprise.

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Student Thanks 2018

Madeline Taylor, a first-year pupil finding out journalism: “I’m thankful that the dance team here, the First Ladies, has given me so much support, and it’s given me the opportunity to keep growing as a dancer.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Chandler Pollock, a first-year pupil finding out enterprise:
“I am thankful for my family and friends because they always support me in everything I do.”

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Student Thanks 2018

William Stein (l), a first-year pupil finding out programs engineering:
“Teachers that have an impact on your life.”
Justina Pruski (r), a first-year pupil finding out biomedical engineering:
“Teachers that care.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Mohmeet Choudhary, a senior finding out train science with a pre-medical focus: “I think music is a universal language, and so you can definitely connect to more people and more communities through music, and it really brings us together. I’m really thankful for something like that.”

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Student Thanks 2018

David Lange, a senior finding out worldwide growth: “I’m grateful for my fraternity, Delta Lambda Phi, because we’re about to become a chartered fraternity on campus after two long years of hard work. It’s been an absolutely fantastic experience, I’d do it all over again in a heartbeat.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Jack Fonseca, a sophomore finding out mechanical engineering.

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Student Thanks 2018

Julie Scott, a junior finding out political science and public coverage: “I realize that I have a lot of privilege in the education that I have. I’m really thankful for that because not everyone gets it.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Elan Fox, a sophomore finding out worldwide affairs.

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Student Thanks 2018

Fabiana Avendano (l) a first-year pupil finding out worldwide affairs: “We went to high school together in Panama!” Isabel Tapies (r) a first-year pupil finding out enterprise: “The serendipitous moment of us getting into the same school.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Camille Germinal, a first-year pupil finding out political science: “They have been really helpful in making my dreams come true and helping me become successful in life.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Nyshae Manning, a sophomore finding out speech and listening to: “For education, I’m a first-generation college student, so it’s just really important to my family that me and my siblings get an education. And then music, I’ve just always grown up playing music, so it’s always been my stress relief or just when I feel good.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Jacy Case, a first-year pupil finding out political communication. “I was put in a six-person room in Thurston. At first I was a little concerned because it was a random six, and I didn’t know any of the people, and I was like, ‘Oh, this is going to be crazy, and I’m not going to know what to do.’ But it turned out amazing.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Chloe Novillos, a first-year pupil finding out political science: “The Asian-American community specifically…I was thankful for growing up around a community that taught me how to love the color of my skin.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Frances McPherson, a first-year pupil finding out political science: “My parents and my grandparents are really supportive of everyone going to college and want to do everything they can to make sure people have the chance to go to the schools and study what they want in order to further their education.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Charles Aborisade, a first-year pupil finding out political science and historical past: “I just like being able to learn stuff so I can implement it later. I like being able to recall information and use it so I can better myself not just for today but also for tomorrow in new situations.”

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Student Thanks 2018

Claudio Martinez, a first-year pupil finding out pc engineering: “Yesterday, they made me lasagna, and lasagna is my favorite dish.”

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GDub Madness 2018

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GDub Madness 2018

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GDub Madness 2018

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Kickoff Party 2018

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Kickoff Party 2018

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Hillel Shabbat Dinner 2018

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Hillel Shabbat Dinner 2018

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2013 Reunion 2018

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2013 Reunion 2018

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F Street Open House 2018

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F Street Open House 2018

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Vern Harvest 2018

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Vern Harvest 2018

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2018 Corcoran Masquerade Ball
2018 Corcoran Masquerade Ball
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2018 Corcoran Masquerade Ball
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2018 Corcoran Masquerade Ball
2018 Cocoran Masquerade Ball
2018 Corcoran Masquerade Ball
2018 Corcoran Masquerade Ball
2018 Corcoran Masquerade Ball
George Washington and his world
George Washington and his world
George Washington and his world
George Washington and his world
George Washington and his world
George Washington and his world
George Washington and his world
George Washington and his world
George Washington and his world
George Washington and his world
Safety and Security Expo 2018
Safety and Security Expo 2018
Safety and Security Expo 2018
Safety and Security Expo 2018
Safety and Security Expo 2018
Safety and Security Expo 2018
Safety and Security Expo 2018
Safety and Security Expo 2018
Midterm Elections Panel Audience in DC

The panel in D.C. mentioned whether or not midterm elections will function a referendum on President Trump’s two years within the White House.

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Midterm Elections Panel Audience in DC

The D.C. dialogue drew a crowd that crammed the City View Room within the Elliott School.

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Midterm Elections Panel in DC

Alumni attendees in D.C. pose on the high of the Elliott School constructing.

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Midterm Elections Panel in Los Angeles

Panelists Tim Miller (l), Travis Helwig, Sarah Walsh and Professor Cornfield talk about the midterm elections in Los Angeles.

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Midterm Elections Panel in Los Angeles

Alumni collect in Los Angeles at a reception earlier than the panel dialogue.

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NYC alumni at midterm panel event

Alumni in New York mingle after this system.

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Convocation 2018
Convocation 2018
Convocation 2018
Convocation 2018
Convocation 2018
Convocation 2018
Convocation 2018
Convocation 2018
FDOS 2018
FDOS 2018
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FDOS 2018
MSSC Block Party 2018
MSSC Block Party 2018
MSSC Block Party 2018
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MSSC Block Party 2018
MSSC Block Party 2018
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MSSC Block Party 2018
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MSSC Block Party 2018
MSSC Block Party 2018
MSSC Block Party 2018
MSSC Block Party 2018
Elliott School Freshman Retreat 2018
Elliott School Freshman Retreat 2018
Elliott School Freshman Retreat 2018
Elliott School Freshman Retreat 2018
Elliott School Freshman Retreat 2018
Elliott School Freshman Retreat 2018
Elliott School Freshman Retreat 2018
Elliott School Freshman Retreat 2018
Elliott School Freshman Retreat 2018
Elliott School Freshman Retreat 2018
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Elliott School Freshman Retreat 2018
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Proud to Be GW 2018

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GW Shuttles

Students experience a brand new shuttle throughout a take a look at run on June 26. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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GW Shuttles

Equipped with Wi-Fi and USB charging ports, the shuttles preserve college students plugged in and charged up. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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GW Shuttles

Bike racks on the shuttles will enable college neighborhood members to dock their bikes for transport amongst GW’s campuses. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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GW Shuttles

Although use is decrease through the summer season, shuttle service will rev up in August, particularly when college students return to campus. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Chuck Felder and Eric Dietrich in Flagg Building

Charles “Chuck” Felder, an AFRH resident and 20-year veteran of the Marine Corps, Air Force and Army, laughs with photographer Eric Dietrich on the Flagg Building in May. (Katilin Jencso)

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Mr. Dietrich's portrait of Chuck Felder

Mr. Dietrich’s portrait of Chuck Felder, taken in September 2017. (Eric Dietrich)

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An AFRH resident examines Mr. Dietrich's work

An AFRH resident examines Mr. Dietrich’s work, on show within the NEXT exhibition. (Kaitlin Jencso)

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Frank Lawrence looks over

Frank Lawrence seems to be over “Fifty Cents a Paycheck,” which featured a number of photographs of him. (Kaitlin Jencso)

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Mr. Lawrence displaying a photograph of his first wife

Mr. Lawrence displaying {a photograph} of his first spouse. (Eric Dietrich)

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Memorabilia at the entryway to Frank Lawrence's apartment.

Memorabilia on the entryway to Frank Lawrence’s condominium. (Eric Dietrich)

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men looking at armed forces photography on walls

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photograph of AFRH resident Shannon Hardiman

Mr. Dietrich stated this {photograph} of AFRH resident Shannon Hardiman was one of many first he took that he knew could be a cornerstone of “Fifty Cents a Paycheck.”

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Catharine Deitch, 97, throws a ring toss during a funfair

Catharine Deitch, 97, throws a hoop toss throughout a funfair, September 2017. Ms. Deitch, a veteran of the Women’s Army Corps throughout World War II, is the oldest feminine resident on the AFRH. (Eric Dietrich)

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GW college students lined H Street, in entrance of Kogan Plaza, with chalk illustrations, quotes and hashtags for the thirty eighth annual Chalk-In. (Sydney Elle Gray/GW Today)

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Priyanka Toddywala (L), a senior finding out economics, sits with Meenu Mathews, a senior in worldwide affairs, earlier than they begin their illustration of “zesty” on the thirty eighth annual Chalk-In. (Sydney Elle Gray/GW Today)

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GW college students lined H Street, in entrance of Kogan Plaza, with chalk illustrations, quotes and hashtags for the thirty eighth annual Chalk-In. (Sydney Elle Gray/GW Today)

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GW college students lined H Street, in entrance of Kogan Plaza, with chalk illustrations, quotes and hashtags for the thirty eighth annual Chalk-In. (Sydney Elle Gray/GW Today)

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GW college students lined H Street, in entrance of Kogan Plaza, with chalk illustrations, quotes and hashtags for the thirty eighth annual Chalk-In. (Sydney Elle Gray/GW Today)

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GW college students lined H Street, in entrance of Kogan Plaza, with chalk illustrations, quotes and hashtags for the thirty eighth annual Chalk-In. (Sydney Elle Gray/GW Today)

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GW college students lined H Street, in entrance of Kogan Plaza, with chalk illustrations, quotes and hashtags for the thirty eighth annual Chalk-In. (Sydney Elle Gray/GW Today)

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GW college students lined H Street, in entrance of Kogan Plaza, with chalk illustrations, quotes and hashtags for the thirty eighth annual Chalk-In. (Sydney Elle Gray/GW Today)

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GW college students lined H Street, in entrance of Kogan Plaza, with chalk illustrations, quotes and hashtags for the thirty eighth annual Chalk-In. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW college students lined H Street, in entrance of Kogan Plaza, with chalk illustrations, quotes and hashtags for the thirty eighth annual Chalk-In. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW college students lined H Street, in entrance of Kogan Plaza, with chalk illustrations, quotes and hashtags for the thirty eighth annual Chalk-In. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW college students lined H Street, in entrance of Kogan Plaza, with chalk illustrations, quotes and hashtags for the thirty eighth annual Chalk-In. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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The room-dominating central determine of Case Baumgarten’s meditation on homelessness, “Moon Daisies,” was sculpted from housing insulation. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Quincy Mata recruited D.C.-area artists as a part of his efficiency on the NEXT reception. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Photographer MichaelAngelo Rodriguez shakes arms with GW President Thomas LeBlanc. Mr. Rodriguez received the Corcoran Director’s Purchase prize for his sequence Fiebre del Paraíso/Fever of Paradise, a set of photos shot whereas touring in a automotive. Dr. LeBlanc obtained a print from the sequence as a present. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Guests on the NEXT reception watch a video exhibit. (William Atkins)

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Photojournalist Maria Luz Bravo explored the divisions and connections that make up Washington, D.C. in her DC Quadrants Project: www.dcqproject.com. (William Atkins)

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Student work fills the galleries of the Flagg Building. (William Atkins)

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An aerial view of the NEXT reception. (William Atkins)

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Photographer Eric Dietrich, himself a veteran, exhibited a sequence of slice-of-life photos from the Armed Forces Retirement Home. (William Atkins)

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Case Baumgarten’s “Moon Daisies.” (William Atkins)

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A viewer at NEXT 2018 takes in a photograph sequence. (William Atkins)

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Sculptural work on show at NEXT 2018. (William Atkins)

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MichaelAngelo Rodriguez and “Fiebre del Paraíso/Fever of Paradise.” (William Atkins)

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Fashion and costume design have been among the many artforms on show. (William Atkins)

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Earth Day Fair

Bees have been on show Friday on the Earth Day Fair on the Mid-Campus Quad. GWBuzz is a analysis group specializing in totally different points of honeybee life and well being. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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The GroW Garden contributes 1,000 kilos of sustainable, native meals yearly to assist present meals to the homeless. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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University and neighborhood companions staffed tables for the neighborhood to study extra about varied sustainability points and initiatives on the honest. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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The Office of Sustainability supplied free reusable water bottles on the Earth Day Fair. The workplace offers a house for sustainability initiatives which can be carried out in partnership with teams throughout the establishment. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Tanmai Vemulapalli (L) and Annabelle Pham stand in entrance of the signage for Tahlequah, Okla.

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The group visited the Tahlequah History Trail to study extra concerning the metropolis.

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This signal for the Tahlequah History Trail defined guidelines for guests.

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On their first day of service, the group labored on raking leaves and sprucing up the varsity for its nationwide evaluate.

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The service group discovered basketweaving with the Native American Student Association at Northeastern State University.

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The group engaged in nightly reflections on their each day actions and issues they discovered through the journey.

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Clau Diah Buenconsejo celebrates along with her aunt and mom after receiving an SJT scholarship from Costas Solomou, at left, and Thomas LeBlanc. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Aniyah Fields’ classmates at Thurgood Marshall Academy Public Charter School stomped and cheered as she received her GW acceptance and full-ride scholarship. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW mascot George leads a procession together with a number of members of the Valdez-Rivas household to shock Alejandra Valdez-Rivas at Francis L. Cardozo Education Campus. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Anthony Thomas of School Without Walls shakes arms with Dr. LeBlanc as he turns into the third GW pupil and second SJT scholar in his household. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Mr. Thomas embraces his father at School Without Walls. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Elizabeth Lozano regarded shocked as a classroom filled with mates congratulated her on her scholarship win. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Students maintain candles throughout a vigil on Wednesday evening for the 17 those that died within the Feb. 14 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School capturing in Parkland, Fla. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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The GW neighborhood gathers round a speaker in Kogan Plaza through the candlelight vigil for the Parkland, Fla. highschool capturing victims. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Candles have been lit in preparation for the candlelight vigil on Wednesday evening in honor of the Parkland, Fla. victims of a highschool capturing. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Students in Kogan Plaza replicate through the candlelight vigil Wednesday evening in Kogan Plaza. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Theo Magill and Biz Rhoads, each freshman, benefit from the climate outdoors of Lisner Auditorium. (Briahnna Brown/GW Today)

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Kimberly Stringer and Emma Yang, each freshman, collaborate on a physics lab project in Kogan Plaza. (Briahnna Brown/GW Today)

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Vanessa Salazar, a senior in worldwide affairs, and Cecilia Lopez, a junior in historical past and anthropology, get pleasure from lunch underneath the Tempietto. (Briahnna Brown/GW Today)

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Kaitlyn Buffaloe, a sophomore in philosophy, and Simone McKenny, additionally a sophomore, joke about their matching pants on the clock in Kogan Plaza. (Briahnna Brown/GW Today)

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Jackie Capuano, John Reall, each sophomores, and Ahmed al-Fardan, a junior, all in biology, having a dialogue outdoors of District House. (Briahnna Brown/GW Today)

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Board of Trustees Chair Nelson Carbonell provides Dr. LeBlanc the presidential medallion. (William Atkins)

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Former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Donna Shalala referred to as Dr. LeBlanc “hands down…simply the best strategic leader in higher education today.” (William Atkins)

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Student Association President Peak Sen Chua. (William Atkins)

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The LeBlancs and visitors at Monday’s Library of Congress dinner. (Logan Werlinger)

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The LeBlancs take the ground on the Library of Congress. (Logan Werlinger)

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Dr. LeBlanc and his mom, Neta, on the dance flooring. (Logan Werlinger)

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Dr. LeBlanc with college students from the GW ROTC on the Library of Congress. (Logan Werlinger)

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GW Bhangra performs on the Science and Engineering Hall. (Logan Werlinger)

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Letters and certificates of congratulation from universities across the nation have been displayed on the primary flooring of SEH. (Logan Werlinger)

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The Troubadors carry out at SEH. (Logan Werlinger)

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Dr. LeBlanc chats with University Provost Forrest Maltzman (second from left) and others at SEH. (Logan Werlinger)

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Dr. LeBlanc and GW cheerleaders at brunch. (William Atkins)

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(William Atkins/GW Today)

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Recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Achievement Awards. (Courtesy DAR)

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The Class of 1967 celebrated their fiftieth reunion and have been inducted into the Alumni Emeriti Society.

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The GW Alumni Association Board.

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Greenhouse supervisor Rachel Klein planted succulents forward of a Foggy Bottom plant sale in August. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Greenhouse supervisor Rachel Klein checks on the King Sago Palm, a prehistoric species that predates dinosaurs by about 40 million years. The plant is part of the greenhouse’s Plant Evolution exhibit. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Three feminine Albino African Clawed Frogs reside within the SEH greenhouse. The 25-year-old frogs have been retired into the greenhouse’s care by an Anatomy Department lab after the analysis they have been part of ended. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Basil, nasturtium, alfalfa, soybean and hollyhock thrive underneath greenhouse supervisor Rachel Klein’s care. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Arnaud Martin, assistant professor of biology, makes use of the SEH greenhouse to assist in his analysis on butterfly genetics and biodiversity. The butterflies eat and lay eggs on crops grown within the SEH greenhouse. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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The greenhouse is dwelling to lots of of younger crops that will depend on common care. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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A Coleus “chocolate covered cherry” grows within the SEH greenhouse. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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All kinds of crops develop within the SEH greenhouse, together with decorative millet, swiss chard, foxglove and snapdragon pictured right here. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Carnivorous crops just like the venus fly lure pose a hazard to unsuspecting flies, however they don’t seem to be a risk to people. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Amy Zanne, affiliate professor of organic sciences, makes use of the SEH greenhouse to educate college students about plant evolution. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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(Photo courtesy of GW Board of Trustee member Robert Ok. Tanenbaum, JD ’82)

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(William Atkins/ GW Today)

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(William Atkins/ GW Today)

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The left facet of this Sara longwing butterfly represents present how a typical butterfly’s wing seems to be. The proper facet exhibits the consequences of CRISPR.

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The left facet of this Painted Lady butterfly exhibits a typical specimen’s wing. The proper facet exhibits the consequences of CRISPR.

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The left facet of this Junonia butterfly exhibits a typical specimen’s wing. The proper facet exhibits the consequences of CRISPR.

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The left facet of this Speckled wooden butterfly exhibits a typical specimen’s wing. The proper facet exhibits the consequences of CRISPR.

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A volunteer crops flowers outdoors McKinley Technology High School. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Freshmen Marcus Young and Joe Marx clear a trophy case at McKinley Technology High School. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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George Washington President Thomas LeBlanc and School Without Walls instructor Ibti Vincent trim candy potato vines within the vegetable backyard at Francis-Stevens. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Students packed the Charles E. Smith Center for Convocation Saturday morning. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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At Convocation, Dr. LeBlanc urged freshmen to seize the alternatives obtainable to them at GW. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Volunteers paint the blacktop at Whittier Education Campus. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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GW volunteers and elementary college college students revitalized playground video games at Whittier. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Volunteers get artistic whereas portray a blacktop at Whittier. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Dr. LeBlanc chats with pupil volunteers at Francis-Stevens. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Student volunteers head to buses that can transport them to 40 service websites within the Washington, D.C. space. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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A pupil volunteer helps manage a classroom at McKinley.

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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences Dean Ben Vinson III, Dr. Leblanc, University Provost Forrest Maltzman and Faculty Senate Executive Committee Chair Sylvia Marotta-Walters led the Convocation procession. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Student, college and workers volunteers at Whittier. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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The GW neighborhood remembers 9 alumni who misplaced their lives on Sept. 11, 2001, in a wreath laying ceremony Monday morning. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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The annual Sept. 11 wreath laying ceremony included a presentation of colours by the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Student Association President Peak Sen Chua addresses the group at a wreath laying ceremony Monday morning. He learn aloud the names of GW alumni who died on account of terrorist assaults on Sept. 11, 2001. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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A plaque at Anniversary Park on GW’s Foggy Bottom campus memorializes 9 GW alumni who who died on account of terrorist assaults on Sept. 11, 2001. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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The crowd at an annual wreath laying ceremony pauses for a rendition of the nationwide anthem in Anniversary Park Monday morning. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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George Washington University college students celebrated Move-In Day with photobooth props on Saturday. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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George Washington University college students race to win a carnival recreation at First Night on University Yard. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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A pupil poses for a selfie with a stuffed hippo throughout First Night on University Yard. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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George Washington University college students posed for a photograph with George on University Yard throughout First Night Saturday. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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Students push a cart by Ames Hall on the GW Mount Vernon Campus throughout Move-In Day Saturday. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Student volunteers unload a automotive throughout Move-In Day on Saturday. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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A pupil volunteer helps a household unpack their car on Move-In Day Saturday. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Move-In Day volunteers have a good time Move-In Day at The F Street House on Saturday, the place George Washington President Thomas LeBlanc and his spouse, Anne, hosted a lemonade stand with refreshments and snacks. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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GW college students and households loved free lemonade and different refreshments at The F Street House on Move-In Day. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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GW volunteers assist transfer fellow college students into residence halls throughout Move-In Day Saturday. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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More than 7,500 on-campus residents moved onto the Foggy Bottom and the Mount Vernon campuses this week. Student volunteers helped the method go easily. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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George Washington University navigate a crowded University Yard throughout First Night Saturday. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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George Washington University college students play human Foosball throughout First Night with Saturday. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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A George Washington University pupil presents George with a stuffed bear throughout First Night on University Yard. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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More than 7,500 on-campus residents moved onto the Foggy Bottom and the Mount Vernon campuses this week. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Tony Taylor, class of 2012, led the way in which for the Buff group.

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Pops Mensah-Bonsu (’06) skies for a dunk.

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Carl Elliott , class of 2007, took dwelling MVP honors within the inaugural recreation.

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Members of GW males’s basketball’s previous and current united on Saturday.

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President Thomas LeBlanc and his spouse, Anne, share a second with males’s basketball Coach Maurice Joseph.

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Sophomore Arnaldo Toro and graduate pupil Patrick Steeves with alumni Walt Szczerbiak, Don Ardell and Tim Riordan.

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Current student-athletes and coaches present alumni the state-of-the-art energy & conditioning choices on the Charles E. Smith Center.

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Star senior swingman Yuta Watanabe was a preferred individual with the alumni. (Photo by Sangmi Park)

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Coach Maurice Joseph with two of Baltimore’s greatest: freshman Terry Nolan Jr. and alumnus Shawnta Rogers. (Photo by Sangmi Park)

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GW workers participated in a “cake walk” to win baked items.

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“We’re tremendously excited to be here,” University President Thomas LeBlanc stated.

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Mascot George led the Electric Slide and posed for selfies with partygoers.

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Attendees filtered out to the Marvin Center balcony to get pleasure from ice cream, music and video games within the sunshine.

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Attendees may win door prizes like tote luggage, outside live performance chairs and umbrellas.

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Staffers took a break from the dance flooring to chat with colleagues and mates.

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GW college students helped to greet Dr. LeBlanc on his first day at Rice Hall. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW workers lined the foyer of Rice Hall to welcome President Thomas LeBlanc on his first day working the college. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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“If we’re not having enjoyable, we’re doing one thing unsuitable,” Dr. LeBlanc advised workers who greeted him in entrance of Rice Hall. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Dr. LeBlanc addresses members of the college neighborhood. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Students stopped to present Dr. LeBlanc one of many statues of George Washington on the Foggy Bottom Campus. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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A number of staffers welcome Dr. LeBlanc with pom poms. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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In the approaching weeks, Dr. LeBlanc will criss-cross GW campuses for conferences and occasions. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Dr. LeBlanc and Chief of Staff Aristide Collins chat with workers on the Faculty and Staff Service Center in Rice Hall. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Members of the GW neighborhood lined the sidewalk and steps in entrance of Rice Hall to welcome Dr. LeBlanc on his first day as president of the college.

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Besides their educational commitments—which included an essay-writing class to assist jump-start their school purposes course of—Caminos individuals additionally made journeys to Capitol Hill to sit down with members of Congress. (Photos in gallery by William Atkins/GW Today)

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Rising junior Savita Potarazu (proper) and one other volunteer have a tendency to the GroW Garden in Foggy Bottom. The backyard donates its harvest to Miriam’s Kitchen, which offers meals for the homeless. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW college students develop produce reminiscent of tomatoes, string beans, chard, kale, carrots, radishes and peppers on the GroW Garden in Foggy Bottom. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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The GW GroW Garden is run by pupil volunteers who plant seeds, water the produce and harvest it for Miriam’s Kitchen, which offers meals for the homeless. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Izzy Moody, a rising junior finding out worldwide affairs and co-manager of the backyard, stated rising produce is an effective approach to give again to the neighborhood. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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The GroW Garden was began in 2009 and has change into a spot for neighborhood in Foggy Bottom. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Izzy Moody (left), a rising junior, works alongside rising junior Savita Potarazu and one other volunteer within the GroW Garden on H Street between twenty third and twenty fourth streets. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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The GroW Garden, sponsored by the Office of Sustainability, donates its harvest to Miriam’s Kitchen, which offers meals for the homeless. Its present crop consists of tomatoes, string beans, chard, kale, carrots, radishes, peppers and different produce. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Volunteers on the GW GroW Garden are at the moment rising cucumbers and different contemporary produce to donate to Miriam’s Kitchen, which offers meals for the homeless. (William Atkins/GW Today).

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Izzy Moody (left), a rising junior and co-manager of the GroW Garden, crops produce alongside rising junior Savita Potarazu. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Izzy Moody (left), a rising GW junior and co-manager of the GroW Garden, works alongside Peter Maye, a neighborhood volunteer and chief of the Foggy Bottom Association Garden Committee, to plant produce that will probably be donated to Miriam’s Kitchen. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Knapp

The Milken Institute School of Public Health is the one public well being educational establishment in Washington, D.C. George Washington President Steven Knapp stated even when one other college opens GW is “still going to be the closest to the White House.” (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Nelson Carbonell

Nelson Carbonell, chair of the Board of Trustees, stated Wednesday the final 10 years underneath George Washington President Steven Knapp have been a transformational interval for the college. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Dean Lynn Goldman (left) stated Nelson Carbonell’s dedication to George Washington University has been uplifting for Milken Institute School of Public Health college and workers. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Riegelman

Richard Riegelman, founding dean of the Milken Institute School of Public Health, stated as an intern in Washington, D.C. in 1970 he dreamed about making a public well being college on Washington Circle. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Sara Rosenbaum, an unique public well being college member and Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, speaks on the Milken Institute School of Public Health twentieth anniversary celebration. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Richard Southby, dean emeritus of the Milken Institute School of Public Health, joined the George Washington University college in 1979. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Anthony Patterman together with his work, “A Generative Force.” (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Mimi D’Autremont. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Jack Mead

Jack Mead. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Hannah Ricks addresses a group at NEXT

Hannah Ricks addresses a gaggle at NEXT. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Press attendance at NEXT. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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​GW college students helped to construct homes within the Lower ninth Ward of New Orleans with Habitat for Humanity. (Photo: Gabriela Whonder)

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​GW pupil Christopher Vakkur helped put together siding to be put in on homes within the Lower ninth Ward with Habitat for Humanity. (Photo: Gabriela Whonder)

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​GW college students paint a home within the Lower ninth Ward of New Orleans whereas volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. (Photo: Gabriela Whonder)

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Students Bethany DeZolt (left) and Isabella Luizzi work with a canine at Best Friends Animal Society in Kanab, Utah, the place they helped construct fences and socialize animals, whereas studying about animal advocacy. (Photo: Thomas de Lima)

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​GW college students explored the nationwide parks in southern Utah with a canine from Best Friends Animal Society the group socialized through the week. (Photo: Thomas de Lima)

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​GW college students assist to create eco-bricks, plastic bottles stuffed with trash which can be used for building with Green Communities, a company in Los Santos, Costa Rica, centered on sustainable growth. (Photo: Michael DeMinico)

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​GW college students discover the Eastern Market space of Washington, D.C. earlier than working with neighborhood companions that advocate for security for intercourse staff, drug customers and home violence victims. (Photo: Shirlane Chan)

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​GW college students volunteering in New York City helped at Harlem’s Food Bank of New York, which prepares meals for these experiencing starvation and homelessness within the metropolis. (Photo: Jan Yonan)

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​A bunch of GW college students helped construct homes within the Lower ninth Ward of New Orleans with Habitat for Humanity throughout spring break as a part of the GW Alternative Breaks Program. (Photo: Gabriela Whonder)

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Adonte Yearwood (seated, far proper) registered shock, then pleasure, as George Washington President Steven Knapp introduced he had obtained a full scholarship. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Emmoni Morrisey was torn between laughter and tears. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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“She’s going to make me cry, too,” one in every of Emmoni Morrisey’s academics stated. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Joel Escobar (left) was preventing off a spring bug, however managed to smile as he obtained his acceptance letter. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Dunbar High School seniors received to their ft to congratulate classmate Michael Degaga. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Michael Degaga accepts his scholarship award. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Jenesis Duran’s household held on to her as she celebrated her scholarship win. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Jenesis Duran will get her GW acceptance letter from Dean of Admissions Costas Solomou and President Steven Knapp. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Lorrin Davis, an alumna of Michelle Obama’s “Let Girls Learn” program. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Ana Lopez, who discovered English as a teen, takes a quiet second after receiving her scholarship. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Classmates Lorrin Davis and Ana Lopez of Columbia Heights Education Campus each received SJT scholarships. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Aspiring journalist Cherisse Hayes was on the opposite facet of the digicam as she obtained her scholarship at Duke Ellington School of the Arts. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Eco Challenge

GW college students type trash Wednesday on the 2017 Eco-Challenge, a campus-wide conservation effort. This 12 months practically each resident corridor selected to take part within the occasion, sponsored by Sustainability at GW.(Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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A GW pupil shows plastic luggage on the 2017 Eco-Challenge on Wednesday. The United States consumes greater than 380 million plastic luggage and wraps yearly, in accordance to the Environmental Protection Agency. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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GW college students type by way of recycling bins on Kogan Plaza as a part of the 2017 Eco-Challenge. They decided what had been contaminated by trash. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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GW college students type trash and recyclables on Kogan Plaza as a part of the 2017 Eco-Challenge, a campus-wide sustainability effort. Only 5 % of the plastic used worldwide is recycled, in accordance to the Environmental Protection Agency. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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The Corcoran School celebrates the “Fundred Reserve.” (William Atkins/GW Today)

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The “Fundred Reserve” on show on the Corcoran School. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Visitors at on the “Fundred Reserve” exhibition. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Objects from the exhibition make clear lead poisoning. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Members of the GW and D.C. neighborhood attended a reception for the exhibition on March 9. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Mel Chin speaks at a reception for the “Fundred Reserve.” (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Activist Melissa Mays. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Rep. Dan Kildee (D-Mich.) talking on the Corcoran School. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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The Fundred Armored Truck traveled 20,000 miles to decide up Fundreds from across the nation.

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Dan Fanelli, BA '16, and senior Sam Evans opened the show playing guitar

Dan Fanelli, BA ’16, and senior Sam Evans opened the present.

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Colette Kaminski is coaching a triple lutz and triple toe triple toe for the upcoming season. She plans to begin performing her new packages this summer season in Minnesota earlier than taking them on the worldwide stage. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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Colette Kaminski, a sophomore majoring in worldwide research, is personal about her skating profession. “I go to skating and I have my skating world, and I go to school and I have my school world,” she stated. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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Sophomore Colette Kaminski trains at Kettler Capital Iceplex in Ballston, a neighborhood of Arlington, Va. She spends greater than 10 hours per week on the ice and plans her schedule round obtainable ice time. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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Colette Kaminski says skating for Team Poland has helped her join to her Polish roots. She usually travels to Europe for competitions, however does the majority of her coaching in northern Virginia and Minnesota. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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Colette Kaminski completed thirtieth on the European Championships in January. She will spend the following few months practising new expertise along with her eyes on the 2018 Olympic Games. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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In September Colette Kaminski plans to skate in a qualifying competitors in Oberstdorf, Germany, alongside different athletes from small federations comparable to Poland. The high six finishers go on to the Olympics. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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GW Sophomore Colette Kaminski says she nonetheless skates as a result of she continues to enhance. Her time on the ice is usually one of the best a part of her day, she stated. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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View from the again of the general public bus in Montgomery, Ala., the place Rosa Parks refused to surrender her seat to a white, male passenger.

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Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church in Montgomery, Ala., the one church the place Dr. King served as pastor.

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The Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King Gravesite in Atlanta is positioned on a website between the outdated Ebeneezer Baptist Church and the King Center.

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The Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala., is the location of the Bloody Sunday battle between civil rights protesters, who have been marching from Selma to Montgomery, and state troopers.

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Members of GW Hillel take part tune after a Friday night Shabbat dinner in Selma, Ala.

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The Selma Voting Rights Mural positioned close to the location the place activist James Reeb was slain.

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GW Hillel and MSSC college students strolling by way of downtown Selma.

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The inside Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church.

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Members of Concordia College (Alabama) basketball groups be a part of the GW college students for a gaggle photograph after a basketball recreation in downtown Selma.

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Seniors ​Jennifer Curt and Kendall Meyer assist to create a swale, a terrace dug right into a hillside to cease erosion and maximize planting house in Las Marias, Puerto Rico, with Plenitud. (Photo: Olivia Murphy)

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Alternative Winter Break volunteers in El Paso, Texas, participated in a border immersion program in El Paso and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, with Iglesia Cristo Rey to achieve a higher understanding of U.S. immigration and the problems inside border communities. Here, the group stands outdoors an area medical clinic within the Colonias in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

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Volunteers in Atlanta stands outdoors the Jolly Avenue Community Garden in Clarkston, Ga., the place they helped to work with the Friends of Refugees group. (Photo: Mackenzie Fusco)

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GW college students volunteering in Puerto Rico assist plant verdeflor and small root crops like ginger and turmeric all through a farm with Plenitud, a permaculture farm that teaches sustainable practices in Las Marias, Puerto Rico. (Photo: Emily Gray)

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GW college students volunteering in Nicaragua stand in a classroom they helped construct at an area highschool in El Manzano Uno, Nicaragua, with Waves of Hope, a company that companions with the neighborhood to assist training, well being, infrastructure and different growth efforts. (Photo: Waves of Hope)

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​GW college students Catherine Bartlett (left) and Dylan Tally assist paint a mural with the Garageboard Shop, a company in Los Angeles that helps youth in underneath resourced communities to achieve college by way of skateboarding and artwork. (Photo: Anthony Hannani)

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GW college students volunteering in Los Angeles helped on the St. Francis Center, a company that gives a full breakfast service to homeless and low-income neighborhood members. (Photo: Anthony Hannani)

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GW college students serving in El Paso hear from U.S. Border Patrol on the US/Mexico border between El Paso and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico to study extra about their function within the immigration system. (Photo: Audrey Alexander)

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GW college students serving in El Paso look throughout the border into the town of El Paso from the Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, facet of the US/Mexico border. (Photo: Audrey Alexander)

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GW college students serving in south Florida discover the Immokalee space earlier than working with varied neighborhood companions that advocate for the rights of farmworkers and supply providers like discounted groceries and free childcare. (Photo: Latia Lewis)

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“Girls Rising” producer Martha Adams (l) and actor Freida Pinto (c) take questions from Dean Lynn Goldman throughout an October 2015 occasion cosponsored by GW SPH.

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Ghanya Naji Mohammed Al-Naqeb speaks on the Marvin Center in February 2016 joined by different winners of Early Career Award for Women in Science.

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Ziauddin Yousafzai, father of Malala Yousafzai, addresses an viewers in Jack Morton Auditorium in November 2014 as GWI launces ‘I Am Malala’ Resource Guide for Educators.

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GW college students, college and workers maintain their arms up in solidarity with Nobel Prize recipient Malala Yousafzai in University Yard in May 2015.

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GWI labored with the World Bank in presenting a paper on the Sexual Violence Research Initiative in October 2013 in Thailand.

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In December 2014, GWI researchers mentioned their findings of gaps in violence prevention analysis as a part of the “16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence” world marketing campaign.

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Lara Powers (far proper) of the National Human Trafficking Resource Center solutions questions throughout a GWI panel in December 2013 on human trafficking.

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GWI Director Mary Ellsberg traveled to South Sudan in 2014 as a part of GWI analysis on gender-based violence in that nation.

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Office of Sustainability Director Meghan Chapple speaks with college students through the 2016 DC Climathon. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Office of Sustainability Director Meghan Chapple kicks off the 2016 DC Climathon on Oct. 28. This 12 months college students have been tasked with staying up for twenty-four hours to brainstorm methods to reuse and refurbish sturdy items and current a pitch for his or her thought. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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Students are acknowledged for his or her participation within the 2016 DC Climathon. They have been tasked with staying up for twenty-four hours to strategize methods to reuse and refurbish sturdy items that find yourself in landfills yearly. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Students take part within the 24-hour 2016 DC Climathon, an occasion geared toward growing sustainable and inventive methods to reuse and refurbish sturdy items that find yourself in landfills yearly. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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Students take part in 2016 DC Climathon, an occasion geared toward growing sustainable and inventive methods to reuse and refurbish sturdy items that find yourself in landfills yearly. (Logan Werlinger/ GW Today)

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students scan interior of ambulance to check supplies

Sophomore Nate Hammond (left) and junior Chris Vakkur run by way of a gear guidelines in the beginning of a night shift to be certain the EMeRG ambulance is absolutely stocked. (Willian Atkins/GW Today)

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students scan interior of ambulance to check supplies

Sophomore Nate Hammond (left) and junior Chris Vakkur full their test of apparatus and provides on the EMeRG ambulance in the beginning of their shift. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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students in rear of ambulance

Sophomore Nate Hammond (left) and junior Michael Magierski within the rear of the EMeRG ambulance. The volunteer service is celebrating its twentieth 12 months. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Nate Hammond

Sophomore in biology Nate Hammond like all EMeRG volunteers is a licensed EMT. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Michael Magierski sits behind the wheel in of an EMeRG ambulance

Junior Michael Magierski sits behind the wheel in of an EMeRG ambulance parked outdoors the 2145 G St. NW workplace. The car is likely one of the two utilized by the coed volunteer program. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Chris Vakkur

Junior Chris Vakkur begins his night EMeRG shift. He is a crew chief and a pupil in worldwide affairs. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Chris Vakkur and sophomore Nate Hammond walk down the stairs from the second floor EMeRG office

Junior Chris Vakkur and sophomore Nate Hammond stroll down the steps from the second flooring EMeRG workplace at 2145 G St. NW. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Jeff Schecter (left), junior Michael Magierski and senior Braden Adams relax while waiting for calls during an evening shift.

Senior Jeff Schecter (left), junior Michael Magierski and senior Braden Adams loosen up whereas ready for calls throughout a night shift. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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EMeRG ambulance idles outside the office

An EMeRG ambulance idles outdoors the workplace at 2145 G St. NW. The pupil volunteers have responded to about 5 calls each day this semester. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Emerge

The pupil volunteer EMT service EMeRG is staffed 24/7 through the college 12 months and operates two ambulances. Members are at the moment making ready for Inauguration Day in January. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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students working together as EMTs

(left to proper) GW college students junior Nolan Day, junior Lili Luevano, senior Andrew Sanborn and senior Sarah Lotkowski work collectively as EMTs on Tuesday afternoons throughout fall semester. (William Atkins/ GW Today)

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Diane Knapp addresses the group on Kogan Plaza through the 2016 Apple Day.

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The weekend featured pupil and school performances spanning genres. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Associate Dean of Students Tim Miller and his band, The Miller Band, perform

Associate Dean of Students Tim Miller and his band, The Miller Band, carried out at Sunday’s Block Party. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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(William Atkins/GW Today)

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Neighbors interacted with community organizations like Metro Area Chess at the Block Party.

Neighbors interacted with neighborhood organizations like Metro Area Chess on the Block Party. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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student singing on stage during block party

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Steven Knapp speaks at block party

GW President Steven Knapp. (GW Today)

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students dance on stage

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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cider and donut feast with the class of 2017

Activities included a cider and donut feast with the category of 2017. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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orchestra performing on stage

The weekend featured pupil and school performances spanning genres. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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two students playing clarinets

The weekend featured pupil and school performances spanning genres. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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pumpkin patch at Vern Harvest

The Mount Vernon Campus’s Vern Harvest featured its conventional array of video games, meals, arts and crafts and–of course–pumpkins. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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pumpkin carving

Students, households, college and workers carve pumpkins on the Vern Harvest. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Steven Knapp, Diane Robinson Knapp and Ruffles walk on grass

Steven Knapp, Diane Robinson Knapp and Ruffles arrived in type on the Vern Harvest. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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GW gymnasts at Colonial Madness

GW’s gymnastics group took the stage at Colonial Madness Friday evening. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Sophomore Jordan Roland dunking

Sophomore Jordan Roland confirmed on-court prowess to an enthusiastic viewers. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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students laughing and pointing at Colonial Madness

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men's basketball team

Colonial Madness served as an introduction to the lads’s and girls’s basketball groups. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Junior Yuta Watanabe

Junior Yuta Watanabe. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Freshman Justin Williams is introduced to the crowd

Freshman Justin Williams is launched to the group. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Women's basketball team

Colonial Madness served as an introduction to the lads’s and girls’s basketball groups. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Basketball player walks in

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little girl looks on at Colonial MAdness

Colonial Madness infects followers of all ages. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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hallway in District House

Using totally different shades of every flooring’s colour on room doorways retains District House hallways from feeling overwhelming. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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long table desk in middle of room in affinity housing

Groups of up to 20 college students will reside in “affinities” — roomy, sunlit flats with loads of communal house. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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kitchen including fridge, counters and cabinets, stove and oven, microwave

The kitchen space in a “nontraditional double.” (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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two lofted beds against window with view of Washington Monument

A “nontraditional double” in District House offers a panoramic view together with the Washington Monument. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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dining table in kitchen area

Affinities characteristic double kitchens to accommodate a lot of college students.

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flatscreen tv against exposed brick wall with sofa and chairs

This affinity options uncovered brick and a flatscreen tv. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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view of Kogan Plaza from window

The view from a District House affinity. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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round table with four chairs

Group seating in District House’s neighborhood space. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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bike storage space where users can hang bikes

The constructing’s bike cupboard space, open to the general public, incorporates a restore station with a pump and full set of instruments. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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couches and ottomans

Furniture in District House’s neighborhood space is supplied with loads of charging stations. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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COMMENCEMENT2016_GALLERY

The stage is ready for GW Commencement 2016 on the National Mall. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Graduates file into the seating space. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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GW graduates maintain their mortarboards towards the excessive winds. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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Graduates wait to enter the seating space. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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Students make final minute changes to their robes. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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COMMENCEMENT2016_GALLERY

GW President Steven Knapp addresses the graduating class of 2016. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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COMMENCEMENT2016_GALLERY

On the rostrum Dr. Knapp congratulates Baroness Joanna Shields, who obtained an honorary diploma Sunday. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Interim Provost Forest Maltzman, Albert Harrison Small and Conor Coyne after Dr. Knapp, proper, conferred Mr. Small’s honorary diploma. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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COMMENCEMENT2016_GALLERY

U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) receives an honorary diploma. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Dr. Knapp greets Sen. Booker. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Dr. Knapp reads a quotation for Sen. Booker. (Rick Reinhard/For GW Today)

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Sen. Booker addresses the GW graduating class of 2016. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Sen. Booker drew on life classes from each his dad and mom in his Commencement deal with. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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“We’re not called to be a tolerant nation,” Sen. Booker stated. “We’re called to be a nation of love.” (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Sen. Booker addresses the group. (Rick Reinhard/For GW Today)

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The shifting, passionate deal with drew a standing ovation from the group. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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A GW graduate sports activities a adorned mortarboard. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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A helicopter flies towards the White House through the ceremony. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Dr. Knapp reads a quotation for Sen. Booker. Marguerite Wedeman, proper, introduced Sen. Booker to obtain the honorary diploma. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Student speaker Julia Haigney drew on her private experiences in a speech encouraging graduates to have the braveness to attempt issues that scare them. (Rick Reinhard/For GW Today)

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More than 6,400 college students graduated Sunday. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Students put together to have a good time on the National a. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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COMMENCEMENT2016_GALLERY

A graduate wears a mortarboard honoring the late musician Prince. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW college students leap for pleasure at Commencement 2016. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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Students enter the seating space. (Rick Reinhard/For GW Today)

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Sen. Booker stops to take a number of photographs with a GW graduates. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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COMMENCEMENT2016_GALLERY

An estimated 25,000 individuals attended Commencement on Sunday. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Students embrace through the commencement ceremony. (Rick Reinhard/For GW Today)

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Students enter the seating space. (Rick Reinhard/For GW Today)

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Sen. Booker takes a photograph with a GW graduates. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Students costume in cap and robe earlier than coming into the seating space. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

Interim Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Forrest Maltzman greets the lads’s rowing seniors prior to the ceremony. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

President Steven Knapp congratulates the lads’s rowing seniors and Coach Mark Davis. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

Dr. Knapp and University Marshall Professor Charles Garris lead the procession into the Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre on the Marvin Center. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

The George Washington males’s rowing Class of 2016. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

Graduating senior Maggie Fritz performs the Star Spangled Banner in the beginning of the Athletics Commencement ceremony. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

University Marshall Charles Garris welcomes the household and mates of the graduates. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

Interim Provost Forrest Maltzman makes opening remarks on the Commencement ceremony. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

Dr. Maltzman introduces males’s rowing Coach Mark Davis (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

Men’s Rowing Coach Mark Davis addresses the Class of 2016. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

Men’s Rowing Coach Mark Davis addresses the Class of 2016. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

Team captain Dan Henry addresses his fellow graduates. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

Dr. Knapp leads the Charge to the Graduates. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

Professor Charles Garris, Taylor Evans and Connor Barley pay attention as Dan Henry addresses the viewers. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

Keenan Freyburg, Matt Palmer and Jordan Tewksbury-Volpe pay attention intently as classmate Dan Henry speaks. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

The Class of 2016 exits the Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre following the Conferring of the Degrees by Dr. Knapp. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

GW Men’s Rowing graduates have a good time following the ceremony. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Rowing Commencement Gallery 2016

GW Men’s Rowing graduates have a good time following the ceremony. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Corcoran NEXT Exhibition 2016

(Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Corcoran NEXT Exhibition 2016

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Corcoran NEXT Exhibition 2016

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Corcoran NEXT Exhibition 2016

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Corcoran NEXT Exhibition 2016

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Corcoran NEXT Exhibition 2016

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Corcoran NEXT Exhibition 2016

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Corcoran NEXT Exhibition 2016

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New Venture Gallery

GW School of Business senior Veer Taneja presents Propisor, his on-line service market for householders in India. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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New Venture Gallery

Represently, a platform enabling extra direct communication between elected officers and their constituents, took third place general. Represently, like some profitable New Venture groups in years previous, is a part of the rising discipline of civic analytics. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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New Venture Gallery

Kyrah Altman, a freshman within the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, and her group took second place general for Mental Health Promotion. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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New Venture Gallery

New Venture Competition Director Lex McCusker. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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New Venture Gallery

The HomeGrown Farms group took dwelling virtually $75,000 in money and in-kind prizes. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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New Venture Gallery

Final spherical judges. Top row from left: Eric Bendickson, co-chief funding officer, Strategic Investment Group; Anirudh Kulkarni, CEO, Customer Value Partners; David Asper, basic associate and principal, Asper Group; Peter Weissman, associate, Blank Rome; Michael Quinn, associate, Q Advisors. Front row from left: Mary Galeti, principal, Shiplake

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New Venture Gallery

(Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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New Venture Gallery

Pranav Kaul of HomeGrown Farms. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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New Venture Gallery

The Mental Health Promotion group prepare to introduce their initiative. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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New Venture Gallery

Keynote speaker Gary Swart. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Parth Chauhan, BA ’13, Zeel Patel, Raghav Garg and ESIA senior Pranav Kaul pose with Ann Scott, spouse of Florida Governor Rick Scott and one of many competitors’s founding donors, and Lex McCusker. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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New Venture Gallery

All finalist groups pose with their prizes. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Dance Works Spring 2016
Dance Works Spring 2016
Dance Works Spring 2016
Dance Works Spring 2016
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Dance Works Spring 2016
Senior Prom Gallery
Senior Prom Gallery

D.C. Councilmember Brianne Nadeau (D-Ward 1) deal with a number of the greater than 200 older District residents who gathered for the 14th annual Senior Prom on Saturday.

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NEXT gallery

Carol Antezana stands in entrance of her photographic triptych. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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NEXT gallery

Photojournalism main Madison Richeson holds a e book of her work. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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NEXT gallery

Carol Antezana’s photographic triptych attracts on the historical past of postmortem pictures. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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NEXT gallery

Madison Richeson’s images discover the aftermath of a automotive accident that left a pal and Corcoran classmate paralyzed. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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NEXT gallery

Johab Silva stands in entrance of his mixed-media piece “On the further side of” that displays his upbringing in Brazil. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Caesar Chavez Gallery

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Caesar Chavez Gallery

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Caesar Chavez Gallery

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Caesar Chavez Gallery

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Caesar Chavez Gallery

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Caesar Chavez Gallery

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Caesar Chavez Gallery

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Caesar Chavez Gallery

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Caesar Chavez Gallery

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MapaThon Gallery

Attendees get to work through the Mapathon session hosted by the GW Department of Geography and the USAID. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MapaThon Gallery

Scores of volunteers work on mapping beforehand unmapped areas of the world. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MapaThon Gallery

This is the seventh Mapathon held at the side of USAID. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MapaThon Gallery

GW President Steven Knapp addresses the Mapathon group. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MapaThon Gallery

A mapper works on the OpenStreetMap program through the session. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MapaThon Gallery

Collaboration is the important thing for the open source-mapping undertaking. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MapaThon Gallery

Dr. Knapp has an opportunity to use the mapping program with steerage from Nuala Cowan, left, assistant professor within the Department of Geography at GW. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MapaThon Gallery

Gary Knell, president and CEO on the National Geographic Society, exhibits off his honorary t-shirt together with Dr. Knapp. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Carlos Lopez Sanchez dons a GW cap as President Steven Knapp presents him together with his acceptance and scholarship at Bell Multicultural High School within the District. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Md Ahammed stands after he’s introduced as the following recipient of a Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship to attend George Washington University. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Bell Multicultural High School pupil Md Ahammed stands together with his award discover alongside Dean of Admissions Karen Stroud Felton. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Carlos Lopez Sanchez, Lisa Le and Md Ahammed stand between George Washington University Dean of Admissions Karen Stroud Felton and GW President Steven Knapp after the Bell Multicultural High School college students have been awarded scholarships to attend GW. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Carlos Lopez Sanchez is all smiles after receiving a Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship to attend GW. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Bell Multicultural High School pupil Md Ahammed stands together with his award in his arms and his mom at his facet. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

George Washington University President Steven Knapp pronounces the following recipient of a Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship at Duke Ellington School for the Arts alongside Dean of Admissions Karen Stroud Felton. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Duke Ellington School of the Arts senior Sakiya Walker accepts a Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship from GW President Steven Knapp. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Sakiya Walker holds her Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship notification on the heart of a congratulatory group throughout a ceremony on the Duke Ellington School of the Arts. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Sakiya Walker holds her Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship notification alongside the GW mascot after a ceremony on the Duke Ellington School of the Arts. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Attendees embrace through the awards ceremony on the Duke Ellington School of the Arts. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Jarid Shields of Eastern Senior High School holds her certificates of award for a Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship to attend GW throughout a ceremony at Eastern High School. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

GW President Steven Knapp and Jarid Shields have a look at her certificates of award for a Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship to attend GW throughout a ceremony at Eastern High School. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Asia Jones of Benjamin Banneker Academic High School stands with George Washington University President Steven Knapp and Dean of Admissions Karen Stroud Felton after Ms. Jones was awarded a Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

SJT Scholarship winner Mikias Gebremeskel stands together with his cousins and college principal in addition to Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Karen Stroud Felton and University President Steven Knapp. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Mikias Gebremeskel with Eudora Okine, GW’s assistant director of undergraduate admissions. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Nathan Hanshew is stunned with a Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship at Washington Latin Public Charter School. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Nathan Hanshew is applauded by his classmates, academics and household, in addition to Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Karen Stroud Felton and University President Steven Knapp. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Nathan Hanshew embraces Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Karen Stroud Felton after the emotional presentation of his Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Daniel Nguyen’s household celebrates his receipt of a Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship at Capital City Public Charter School. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Daniel Nguyen holds his scholarship certificates and a younger member of the family. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

University President Steven Knapp and George the mascot with some pint-sized followers at Capital City Charter School. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Adel Hassen receives his Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship award from University President Steven Knapp at School Without Walls. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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SJT Scholar Gallery

Media and well-wishers encompass Adel Hassan at School Without Walls. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Participants within the sixth annual Bowl-a-Thon put the ending touches on the practically 500 bowls to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Some of the completed bowls stand prepared to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Some of the completed bowls stand prepared to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Some of the completed bowls stand prepared to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bowl A Thon Gallery

Some of the completed bowls stand prepared to be donated to native teams. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Churchill Daybook Gallery

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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Churchill Daybook Gallery

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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Churchill Daybook Gallery

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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Churchill Daybook Gallery

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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Churchill Daybook Gallery

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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Churchill Daybook Gallery

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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Churchill Daybook Gallery

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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Churchill Daybook Gallery

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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Churchill Daybook Gallery

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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Churchill Daybook Gallery

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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JKA Karate Gallery

Members of the GW Japan Karate Association Club apply on the West Hall Fitness Studio at GW’s Mount Vernon Campus. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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JKA Karate Gallery

Members of the GW Japan Karate Association Club apply on the West Hall Fitness Studio at GW’s Mount Vernon Campus. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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JKA Karate Gallery

Members of the GW Japan Karate Association Club apply on the West Hall Fitness Studio at GW’s Mount Vernon Campus. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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JKA Karate Gallery

Members of the GW Japan Karate Association Club apply on the West Hall Fitness Studio at GW’s Mount Vernon Campus. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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JKA Karate Gallery

Chief Instructor Sensei Kenichi Haramoto watches as JKA membership members apply their karate expertise. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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JKA Karate Gallery

Members of the GW Japan Karate Association Club apply on the West Hall Fitness Studio at GW’s Mount Vernon Campus. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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JKA Karate Gallery

Members of the GW Japan Karate Association Club apply on the West Hall Fitness Studio at GW’s Mount Vernon Campus. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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JKA Karate Gallery

Members of the GW Japan Karate Association Club apply on the West Hall Fitness Studio at GW’s Mount Vernon Campus. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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JKA Karate Gallery

Members of the GW Japan Karate Association Club apply on the West Hall Fitness Studio at GW’s Mount Vernon Campus. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Clybourne Park Gallery

A scene from the manufacturing of ‘Clybourne Park.’ (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Clybourne Park Gallery

The forged of ‘Clybourne Park.’ William Atkins/GW Today)

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Clybourne Park Gallery

The forged of ‘Clybourne Park.’ (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Clybourne Park Gallery

The forged of ‘Clybourne Park.’ (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Clybourne Park Gallery

The forged of ‘Clybourne Park.’ (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Clybourne Park Gallery

The forged of ‘Clybourne Park.’ (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Clybourne Park Gallery

A scene from the manufacturing of ‘Clybourne Park.’ (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Clybourne Park Gallery

A scene from the manufacturing of ‘Clybourne Park.’ (William Atkins/GW Today)

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MT Vernon Wreath

From left, Elliott School of International Affairs junior Pranav Nanda, Jamie Bosket, M.A. ´08, vice chairman of visitor expertise on the Mount Vernon Estate, and George Washington President Steven Knapp stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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MT Vernon Wreath

George and Martha Washington and 25 members of the Washington household relaxation within the household tomb at Mount Vernon. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MT Vernon Wreath

Elliott School of International Affairs junior Pranav Nanda leads visitors within the Pledge of Allegiance. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MT Vernon Wreath

Mr. Nanda greets Dr. Knapp on the podium. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MT Vernon Wreath

Jamie Bosket, M.A. ´08, vice chairman of visitor expertise on the Mount Vernon Estate, offers remarks through the ceremony. “Where we are standing is sacred ground, one of those incredible spots of importance in our nation.” he stated. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MT Vernon Wreath

Dr. Knapp offers remarks at Washington’s tomb. “[Washington] really did a remarkable service to our country in two ways: One was not to become king, and the other was not to become president for life,” he stated. “It set the pattern for peaceful succession that has marked our country’s history.” (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MT Vernon Wreath

Columbian College of Arts and Sciences senior Taylor Redmond reads Washington’s prayer for his nation. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MT Vernon Wreath

Dr. Knapp locations the wreath beside Washington’s tomb. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MT Vernon Wreath

Dr. Knapp and Mr. Bosket share a second after the transient ceremony. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MT Vernon Wreath

The college locations a wreath at Washington’s tomb yearly to have a good time his birthday. William Atkins/GW Today)

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MT Vernon Wreath

Students, college and workers convened at Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate on the anniversary of his 284th birthday. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Homecoming Weekend 2016

Members of the ladies’s basketball group reacts throughout GW’s Senior Day recreation vs. VCU on Saturday. (GW Athletics Communications)

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Homecoming Weekend 2016

Director of Athletics & Recreation Patrick Nero with GW Athletics Hall of Fame Inductees David Zenk, Matt Hane, Ugo Oha, Sarah Hokom and Dirkk Surles. (GW Athletics Communications)

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Homecoming Weekend 2016

Cami Drouin-Allaire celebrates sticking her vault routine in GW Gymnastic’s Pink Meet victory on Friday. (GW Athletics Communications)

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Homecoming Weekend 2016

Joe McDonald drives to the basket throughout GW’s 90-50 win over La Salle on Sunday. (GW Athletics Communications)

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Homecoming Weekend 2016

The GW males’s basketball group reacts to a three-pointer, one in every of 14 made within the Colonials’ 90-50 win over La Salle. (GW Athletics Communications)

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Homecoming Weekend 2016

GW males’s basketball coach Mike Lonergan was one in every of a number of audio system to present transient remarks on the occasion. Three days later, his group rolled to a 90-50 win over visiting La Salle. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Homecoming Weekend 2016

Students donned birthday hats on the bonfire, one in every of a number of occasions held this month in celebration of George Washington’s 284th birthday. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Homecoming Weekend 2016

George Washington President Steven Knapp lights the bonfire Thursday, formally kicking off Homecoming Weekend on campus. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Homecoming Weekend 2016

The bonfire occasion featured a efficiency from the United States Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Homecoming Weekend 2016

George the mascot poses for a photograph in entrance of the bonfire. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Homecoming Weekend 2016

The bonfire occasion featured a efficiency from the United States Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Homecoming Weekend 2016

Faculty, workers and college students gathered on University Yard for the annual occasion. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Lunar New Year Gallery

A dancer in conventional costume in efficiency. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Lunar New Year Gallery

Dancers put together for this system held on the George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Lunar New Year Gallery

A dancer in conventional costume performs on the occasion. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Lunar New Year Gallery

Celebrants watch a dancer in conventional costume carry out through the celebration. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Lunar New Year Gallery

A calligraphy demonstration attracts curious youngsters. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Lunar New Year Gallery

Paper cutouts are made for private dragon puppets. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Lunar New Year Gallery

A hand-crafted dragon puppet takes form. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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South Africa Project Gallery

(Photo/Logan Werlinger)

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South Africa Project Gallery

(Photo/Logan Werlinger)

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South Africa Project Gallery

(Photo/Logan Werlinger)

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South Africa Project Gallery

(Photo/Logan Werlinger)

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South Africa Project Gallery

(Photo/Logan Werlinger)

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South Africa Project Gallery

(Photo/Logan Werlinger)

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South Africa Project Gallery

(Photo/Logan Werlinger)

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South Africa Project Gallery

(Photo/Logan Werlinger)

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Blacktivisim Exhibit Photo Gallery

(Photo/William Atkins)

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Blacktivisim Exhibit Photo Gallery

(Photo/William Atkins)

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Blacktivisim Exhibit Photo Gallery

(Photo/William Atkins)

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Blacktivisim Exhibit Photo Gallery

(Photo/William Atkins)

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Blacktivisim Exhibit Photo Gallery

(Photo/William Atkins)

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Blacktivisim Exhibit Photo Gallery

(Photo/William Atkins)

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Blacktivisim Exhibit Photo Gallery

(Photo/William Atkins)

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Blacktivisim Exhibit Photo Gallery

(Photo/William Atkins)

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Student Gabriela Whonder works on a construction project

Student Gabriela Whonder works on a building undertaking. (Kathy Lui, ESIA ’16)

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alt break group smiling

The different break group in New Orleans. (Kathy Lui, ESIA ’16)

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Junior Rumman Hoque helps rebuild in New Orleans

Junior Rumman Hoque helps rebuild in New Orleans. (Kathy Lui, ESIA ’16)

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Rebuilding continues in New Orleans

Rebuilding continues in New Orleans. (Kathy Lui, ESIA ’16)

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New Orleans volunteers

A group of New Orleans volunteers. (Kathy Lui, ESIA ’16)

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students on ladders working on side of building

Rebuilding continues in New Orleans. (Kathy Lui, ESIA ’16)

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students sit at table working in garage

Students labored with at-risk youth on the Garage Boardshop in East Los Angeles. (Photo: Amanda Lam, ESIA ’17)

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students sit at table working in garage

A GW volunteer with youngsters on the Garage Boardshop. (Photo: Amanda Lam, ESIA ’17)

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Alternative Winter Break 2016 written in sand on beach

(Photo: Amanda Lam, ESIA ’17)

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volunteers digging a hole

At El Manzano Uno in northern Nicaragua, GW volunteers helped dig a gap for the elementary college’s new septic tank. (Photo: Pranav Nanda, ESIA ’17)

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A student cleans a wall of the El Manzano Uno elementary school before painting it.

A pupil cleans a wall of the El Manzano Uno elementary college earlier than portray it. (Photo: Pranav Nanda, ESIA ’17)

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The group at El Manzano Uno

The group at El Manzano Uno. (Photo: Pranav Nanda, ESIA ’17)

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Student Night at the Museum

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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Student Night at the Museum

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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Student Night at the Museum

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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Student Night at the Museum

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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Student Night at the Museum

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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6652

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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6652

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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Snowzilla Gallery

Classes and actions on the George Washington University have been canceled and plenty of campus providers have been modified throughout Winter Storm Jonas. (Harrison Jones/GW Today)

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Snowzilla Gallery

Parts of Washington, D.C., have been hit with as a lot as two ft of snow through the 36-hour storm. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Snowzilla Gallery

(Harrison Jones/GW Today)

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Snowzilla Gallery

More than 250 staff—in cleanup, security, housekeeping and eating providers, amongst different workplaces and departments—labored in shifts all through the weekend and into Monday. (Harrison Jones/GW Today)

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Snowzilla Gallery

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Snowzilla Gallery

(Harrison Jones/GW Today)

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Snowzilla Gallery

(Harrison Jones/GW Today)

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Snowzilla Gallery

Transportation has been affected most by the blizzard, inflicting a suspension of Metro bus and rail service. University shuttles and 4Ride additionally have been canceled over the weekend. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

Volunteers paint lockers to seem like e book spines at Hart Middle School. (Photo: William Atkins/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

Volunteers paint lockers to seem like e book spines at Hart Middle School. (Photo: William Atkins/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

(Photo: William Atkins/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

George Washington University President Steven Knapp addresses volunteers at Hart Middle School. (Photo: William Atkins/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch at Hart Middle School. (Photo: William Atkins/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

Multicultural Student Services Center Director Michael Tapscott leads college students within the conventional “pledge of enthusiasm.” (Photo: Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

Students take the “pledge of enthusiasm.” (Photo: Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

(Photo: Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

(Photo: Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

Volunteers make paracord survival bracelets for members of the U.S. Armed Forces. (Photo: Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

(Photo: Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

Volunteers stepped up to refurbish Douglas Memorial Church. (Photo: Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

(Photo: Zach Marin/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

Volunteers at Douglas Memorial Church. (Photo: Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

A volunteer at Douglas Memorial Church. (Photo: Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

Volunteers at Douglas Memorial Church. (Photo: Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

Volunteers at Douglas Memorial Church. (Photo: Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

Volunteers at Douglas Memorial Church. (Photo: Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

(Photo: Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

Volunteers at Douglas Memorial Church. (Photo: Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

Volunteers at Douglas Memorial Church. (Photo: Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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MLK Day of Service

A volunteer helps paint partitions at Douglas Memorial Church in Northeast Washington, D.C. (Photo: Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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NSO at the Corcoran

Cellist Sophie Shao performs within the Corcoran School Main Atrium. (Photo/William Atkins)

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NSO at the Corcoran

Cellist Sophie Shao performs within the Corcoran School Main Atrium. (Photo/William Atkins)

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NSO at the Corcoran

Cellist Sophie Shao performs within the Corcoran School Main Atrium. (Photo/William Atkins)

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NSO at the Corcoran

Cellist Sophie Shao performs within the Corcoran School Main Atrium. (Photo/William Atkins)

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NSO at the Corcoran

Musicians Charles Nilles and Mark Evans carry out a base/cello duet on the Corcoran School Salon Doré. (Photo/William Atkins)

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NSO at the Corcoran

Musicians Charles Nilles and Mark Evans carry out a base/cello duet on the Corcoran School Salon Doré. (Photo/William Atkins)

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NSO at the Corcoran

Musicians Charles Nilles and Mark Evans carry out a base/cello duet on the Corcoran School Salon Doré. (Photo/William Atkins)

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NSO at the Corcoran

Musicians Charles Nilles and Mark Evans carry out a base/cello duet on the Corcoran School Salon Doré. (Photo/William Atkins)

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NSO at the Corcoran

Guests stroll by way of the historic halls of the historic Flagg Building through the NSO In Your Neighborhood program on the Corcoran. (Photo/William Atkins)

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NSO at the Corcoran

A chamber ensemble from the National Symphony Orchestra performs on the Corcoran School Auditorium. (Photo/William Atkins)

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NSO at the Corcoran

A chamber ensemble from the National Symphony Orchestra performs on the Corcoran School Auditorium. (Photo/William Atkins)

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NSO at the Corcoran

A chamber ensemble from the National Symphony Orchestra performs on the Corcoran School Auditorium. (Photo/William Atkins)

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Holiday Parties

Faculty and workers benefit from the meals choices on the Marvin Center ballroom. (Photo/Logan Werlinger)

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Holiday Parties

President Steven Knapp joins the vacation choir for a festive tune. (Photo/Logan Werlinger)

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Holiday Parties

Colleagues squeeze into the photograph sales space to pose for a gaggle image. (Photo/Logan Werlinger)

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Holiday Parties

Enjoying the great meals with colleagues and mates. (Photo/Logan Werlinger)

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Holiday Parties

Live music livens the temper within the Marvin Center Grand Ballroom. (Photo/Logan Werlinger)

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Holiday Parties

Caricatures have been obtainable for college and workers. Photo/William Atkins)

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Holiday Parties

Choices abound from the meals tables. (Photo/William Atkins)

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Holiday Parties

Holiday music fills the Grand Ballroom. (Photo/William Atkins)

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Holiday Parties

President Knapp pronounces the winner of the GW Door Decorating contest. (Photo/William Atkins)

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Holiday Parties

The GW Holiday Choir prepares to entertain college and workers. (Photo/William Atkins)

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Holiday Parties

The social gathering is a superb time to meet up with colleagues and mates. (Photo/William Atkins)

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Holiday Parties

Live music entertains visitors on the Virginia Science and Technology Campus. (Photo/William Atkins)

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Holiday Parties

Faculty and workers loved the hat-decorating contest at VSTC. (Photo/William Atkins)

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Holiday Parties

Faculty and workers loved the hat-decorating contest at VSTC. (Photo/William Atkins)

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Holiday Parties

Faculty and workers get pleasure from visiting through the VSTC social gathering. (Photo/William Atkins)

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Holiday Parties

Scrumptious sweets tempt visitors on the VSTC social gathering. (Photo/William Atkins)

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Holiday Parties

Faculty and workers get pleasure from savory choices on the VSTC social gathering. (Photo/William Atkins)

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Holiday Parties

President Knapp greets a prizewinner on the VSTC social gathering. (Photo/William Atkins)

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Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Midnight Breakfast
Warner Basketball

Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), B.A. ’77, referees a pickup basketball recreation on the Lerner Health and Wellness Center.

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Warner Basketball

The group performed onerous for a number of hours on the Lerner Health and Wellness Center the Wednesday earlier than Thanksgiving.

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Warner Basketball

Sen. Warner retains a detailed eye on the motion.

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Warner Basketball

Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), B.A. ’77, referees a pickup basketball recreation on the Lerner Health and Wellness Center.

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Warner Basketball

Sen. Warner retains a detailed eye on the motion.

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Warner Basketball

Sen. Warner makes a possession name through the pickup recreation.

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Warner Basketball

Sen. Warner (D-Va.), B.A. ’77, chats with a number of gamers following the session on the Lerner Health and Wellness Center. Sen. Warner has been taking part in pickup basketball at GW since his days as an undergraduate.

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Danceworks Fall 2015

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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Danceworks Fall 2015

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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Danceworks Fall 2015

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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Danceworks Fall 2015

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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Danceworks Fall 2015

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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Danceworks Fall 2015

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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Danceworks Fall 2015

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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Danceworks Fall 2015

(Photo/Zach Marin)

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GW v UVA at Smith

The Colonial Army wore white t-shirts given to them as a part of a WHITEOUT promotion. (Photo/Harrison Jones)

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GW v UVA at Smith

Senior Patricio Garino hit a number of clutch photographs and tied junior Tyler Cavanaugh with a team-high 18 factors. (Photo/Harrison Jones)

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GW v UVA at Smith

The GW cheerleaders helped lead a raucous crowd all night. (Photo/Harrison Jones)

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GW v UVA at Smith

Senior Kevin Larsen was a key to the GW offense, meting out a game-high 5 assists. (Photo/Harrison Jones)

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GW v UVA at Smith

George poses for an image with a gaggle of rowdy college students. (Photo/Harrison Jones)

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GW v UVA at Smith

In addition to 5 assists, Larsen added 9 factors. (Photo/Harrison Jones)

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GW v UVA at Smith

Senior Joe McDonald knocked down two clutch 3-pointers and had 10 factors. (Photo/Harrison Jones)

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GW v UVA at Smith

The Colonial Army stored the Smith Center buzzing all evening. (Photo/Harrison Jones)

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GW BBALL WORKOUT

Senior Joe McDonald seems to be for a reputation to honor on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW BBALL WORKOUT

Each morning began with a jog from campus to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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GW BBALL WORKOUT

Part of every exercise included a full-speed lap across the reflecting pool. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW BBALL WORKOUT

The gamers do leaping jacks in entrance of the reflecting pool. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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GW BBALL WORKOUT

Part of the exercise included crab walks, as seen right here. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW BBALL WORKOUT

The gamers did units of pushups across the reflecting pool. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW BBALL WORKOUT

Sophomore Yuta Watanabe excessive fives a teammate whereas sprinting again in line throughout a set of sit-ups. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW BBALL WORKOUT

The gamers stroll quietly away from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial after choosing a reputation to bear in mind and honor throughout their exercise. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW BBALL WORKOUT

Senior Kevin Larsen seems to be for a reputation to honor on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW BBALL WORKOUT

After the completion of the morning exercise, gamers returned to campus the place they wrote down the title of a fallen veteran. Each participant would look into the veteran’s background to acknowledge and honor their life and sacrifice. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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GW BBALL WORKOUT

Strength & Conditioning Coach Matt Johnson talks to the group following a exercise. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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JACKOLIT 2015

Cookies, cider and “nerdy-cool conversation” helped make the “Jack-o’-Lit” pumpkin carving an ideal occasion. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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JACKOLIT 2015

Pumpkins nice and small have been a part of the carving occasion. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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JACKOLIT 2015

Many arms make gentle work through the Jack-o’-Lit” pumpkin carving in Kogan Plaza. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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JACKOLIT 2015

And everybody appeared to have a good time alongside the way in which. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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JACKOLIT 2015

Several GW college and librarians helped preserve the temper jovial on an ideal fall day. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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JACKOLIT 2015

At the tip of the occasion completed pumpkins go on show. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Apple Day 2015

Nancy Richard stands behind a show of pumpkins, apples, cider and different produce from Richard’s Fruit Market in Middletown, Va. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Apple Day 2015

Eddie Richard shares a beverage with a pupil attending Apple Day on Kogan Plaza. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Apple Day 2015

Eddie and Nancy Richard pose behind the show of Apple Day choices in Kogan Plaza. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Apple Day 2015

Students browse the types of apples supplied by Richard’s Fruit Market. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Apple Day 2015

Urban Food Task Force (UFTF) Chair Diane Knapp addresses the gathered crowd at Kogan Plaza through the Apple Day festivities. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Apple Day 2015

Students signal a seaside ball on the Apple Day occasion in Kogan Plaza. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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The Basilisk of Barnagasso - Gallery

Zach Marin/GW Today

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The Basilisk of Barnagasso - Gallery

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The Basilisk of Barnagasso - Gallery

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The Basilisk of Barnagasso - Gallery

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The Basilisk of Barnagasso - Gallery

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The Basilisk of Barnagasso - Gallery

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The Basilisk of Barnagasso - Gallery

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The Basilisk of Barnagasso - Gallery

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The Basilisk of Barnagasso - Gallery

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Colonials Weekend 2015 Gallery

Jon Stewart took the stage for 2 sold-out headlining performances at Colonials Weekend 2015. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Colonials Weekend 2015 Gallery

Performers entertain the group on the thirteenth Annual Neighborhood Block Party on Sunday afternoon. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Colonials Weekend 2015 Gallery

Many loved a celebration of Latino tradition Friday evening on the Marvin Center. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Colonials Weekend 2015 Gallery

The Mount Vernon Campus hosted guests having fun with the seasonal environment. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Colonials Weekend 2015 Gallery

President Knapp addresses the group gathered within the Smith Center Friday night for Colonials Invasion, the annual spirit rally to kick off the 2015-16 GW basketball season. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Colonials Weekend 2015 Gallery

A dance group entertains the group at Colonials Invasion Friday night. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Colonials Weekend 2015 Gallery

GW’s Yuta Watanabe enters the Smith Center enviornment throughout Colonials Invasion. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Colonials Weekend 2015 Gallery

The GW pupil pep band will get into the spirit of Colonials Invasion. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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Colonials Weekend 2015 Gallery

Colonials Invasion featured high-energy dance routines and appearances by the GW basketball squads. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Colonials Weekend 2015 Gallery

GW’s Patricio Garino launches himself over teammate Tyler Cavanaugh for a slam-dunk basket throughout Colonials Invasion Friday night. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

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GW Athletics - October 2015

GW’s Leslie Fatica (proper) pushes for the end line as a member of the Navy ladies’s group tries to preserve tempo as the 2 harriers compete in a multi-team meet final month in Annapolis. (Photo/GW Athletics Communications)

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GW Athletics - October 2015

GW males’s cross nation runners dash from the beginning line throughout competitors within the Navy Invitational final month. (Photo/GW Athletics Communications)

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GW Athletics - October 2015

GW’s Carter Day makes a remaining kick to the end as he competes within the Navy Invitational final month in Annapolis. GW completed fourth amongst seven competing groups. (Photo/GW Athletics Communications)

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GW Athletics - October 2015

GW’s Aaliya Davidson backs up Hanna Justesen throughout a set towards visiting George Mason. The Colonials took the match 3-1. (Photo/GW Athletics Communications)

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GW Athletics - October 2015

GW’s Jordan Timmer and Chidima Osuchukwu put up a wall of protection to block a shot try. (Photo/GW Athletics Communications)

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GW Athletics - October 2015

GW’s Garrett Heine drives a shot right into a UMBC defender throughout their match in September. The visiting Retrievers received, 3-2. (Photo/GW Athletics Communications)

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GW Athletics - October 2015

GW sophomore Koby Osei-Wusu battles a UMBC participant through the group’s match final month.  (Photo/GW Athletics Communications)

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GW Athletics - October 2015

GW’s Jack Kerwin seems to be to take a shot on the Princeton objective throughout a match final month on the Smith Center pool. (Photo/GW Athletics Communications)

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GW Athletics - October 2015

GW defenders assist goalie Austin Pyrch (heart) throughout a match towards visiting Princeton. (Photo/GW Athletics Communications)

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NEA Heritage 2015
NEA Heritage 2015
NEA Heritage 2015
NEA Heritage 2015
NEA Heritage 2015
NEA Heritage 2015
NEA Heritage 2015
NEA Heritage 2015
NEA Heritage 2015
NEA Heritage 2015
Alumni Weekend

More than 2,000 alumni returned to campus for the four-day annual occasion. (Dave Scavone/For GW Today)

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Alumni Weekend

Former University of Cincinnati President Gregory Williams, talking with GW Law School Dean Blake Morant prior to Thursday’s Distinguished Alumni Achievement Awards (Dave Scavone/For GW Today)

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Alumni Weekend

Dr. Knapp delivers opening remarks on the alumni awards dinner. (Dave Scavone/For GW Today)

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Alumni Weekend

Alumni Weekend attendees loved greater than 60 occasions on the Foggy Bottom campus. (Amanda Lomax/For GW Today)

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Alumni Weekend

Six-time Grammy Award nominee Janelle Monae headlined the annual Alumni Weekend live performance. (Dave Scavone/For GW Today)

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Alumni Weekend

Ms. Monae performs on the Charles E. Smith Center. (Dave Scavone/For GW Today)

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Alumni Weekend

Alumni—and a future Colonial?—pose for a photograph on University Yard. (Dave Scavone/For GW Today)

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Alumni Weekend

Rear Admiral Fernandez Ponds, M.S. ’03, delivered remarks on the GW VALOR reunion. (Abby Greenawalt/For GW Today)

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Alumni Weekend

The annual political brunch featured a panel dialogue on interactions between journalists and the White House. (Dave Scavone/For GW Today)

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Alumni Weekend

Taste of GW, an annual favourite, featured samples from alumni-owned eating places and catering companies. (Abby Greenawalt/For GW Today)

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A student service leader welcomes freshmen to Convocation. (Photo: Zach Marin)

A pupil service chief welcomes freshmen to Convocation. (Photo: Zach Marin)

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(Photo: Zach Marin)

Photo: Zach Marin

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(Photo: William Atkins)

Photo: William Atkins

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Provost Steven Lerman speaking at Convocation. (Photo: William Atkins)

Provost Steven Lerman talking at Convocation. (Photo: William Atkins)

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Photo: William Atkins

Photo: William Atkins

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Photo: Zach Marin

Photo: Zach Marin

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The Colonial Quartet sings the National Anthem. (Photo: Zach Marin)

The Colonial Quartet sings the National Anthem. (Photo: Zach Marin)

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GW President Knapp speaks at Convocation. (Photo: William Atkins)

GW President Knapp speaks at Convocation. (Photo: William Atkins)

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Photo: Zach Marin

Photo: Zach Marin

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GW administrators lead the Charles E. Smith Center in singing the Alma Mater. (Photo: William Atkins)

GW directors lead the Charles E. Smith Center in singing the Alma Mater. (Photo: William Atkins)

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The Alma Mater. (Photo: Zach Marin)

The Alma Mater. (Photo: Zach Marin)

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Students didn't let rain keep them from their service projects. (Photo: William Atkins)

Students did not let rain preserve them from their service tasks. (Photo: William Atkins)

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Students assemble materials at Washington Global Public Charter School. (Photo: William Atkins)

Students assemble supplies at Washington Global Public Charter School. (Photo: William Atkins)

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Site leader Elisa Bletsas (in orange) and fellow volunteers at Washington Global. (Photo: William Atkins)

Site chief Elisa Bletsas (in orange) and fellow volunteers at Washington Global. (Photo: William Atkins)

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Students paint banners to decorate bulletin boards at Washington Global. (Photo: William Atkins)

Students paint banners that can beautify bulletin boards at Washington Global. (Photo: William Atkins)

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Site leader Louis Fisher (in orange) and a team of volunteers assemble a

Site chief Louis Fisher (in orange) and a group of volunteers assemble a “Wolf Pack” information board, named for the Washington Global mascot. (Photo: William Atkins)

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Photo: Zach Marin

Some volunteers stayed on campus, engaged on tasks that included assembling supplies for Jumpstart DC and writing letters to lively servicemembers. (Photo: Zach Marin)

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Photo: Zach Marin

Photo: Zach Marin

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Volunteers learn CPR. (Photo: Zach Marin)

Volunteers study CPR. (Photo: Zach Marin)

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GW President Steven Knapp puts in work at Mazique Childcare Center. (Photo: William Atkins)

GW President Steven Knapp places in work at Mazique Childcare Center. (Photo: William Atkins)

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Volunteers at Mazique Childcare Center. (Photo: William Atkins)

Volunteers at Mazique Childcare Center. (Photo: William Atkins)

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A volunteer at Mazique Childcare Center. (Photo: William Atkins)

A volunteer at Mazique Childcare Center. (Photo: William Atkins)

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Honoring 9/11 at GW

Members of the George Washington Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Ceremonial Color Guard arrive at Kogan Plaza on Friday morning prior to the ceremony. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Honoring 9/11 at GW

The American flag flies at half-staff in Kogan Plaza. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Honoring 9/11 at GW

GW Student Association President Andie Dowd affords transient remarks to attendees prior to introducing George Washington University President Steven Knapp. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Honoring 9/11 at GW

Members of the George Washington Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Ceremonial Color Guard put together to current the American flag in Kogan Plaza. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Honoring 9/11 at GW

Millicent Scarlett sings the nationwide anthem because the NROTC Ceremonial Color Guard current the colours. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Honoring 9/11 at GW

President Knapp addresses the attendees on the 9/11 Remembrance and Wreath Laying Ceremony in Kogan Plaza. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Honoring 9/11 at GW

Attendees collect at Kogan Plaza for the 9/11 Remembrance and Wreath Laying Ceremony. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Honoring 9/11 at GW

President Steven Knapp is joined by Vice Admiral Mel Williams Jr., USN (Ret.), affiliate provost for army and veterans affairs, Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs Aristide Collins Jr. and GW Student Association President Andie Dowd because the wreath is introduced honoring the reminiscence of the 9 GW alumni and others who died within the

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Honoring 9/11 at GW

Members of the ceremonial group supply a second of silence to honor the reminiscence of the 9 GW alumni and others who died within the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist assaults. (Willaim Atkins/GW Today)

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Honoring 9/11 at GW

The wreath stands in Kogan Plaza. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Athletics in Action

GW senior volleyball setter Jordan Timmer exhorts her teammates throughout a set with visiting Oregon. The Ducks went on to win the match 3-2. (Photo/GW Athletics)

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GW Athletics in Action

Freshman outdoors volleyball hitter Kelsey Clark is the image of focus throughout a set with the Oregon Ducks on the Charles E. Smith Center. (Photo/GW Athletics)

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GW Athletics in Action

GW goalie Connor Dillon deflects a scoring try throughout a water polo match with Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. The Colonials misplaced 20-12. (Photo/GW Athletics)

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GW Athletics in Action

Freshman Zach Slaughter controls the ball through the Colonials’ water polo match at Brown University. (Photo/GW Athletics)

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GW Athletics in Action

GW senior soccer ahead Kyla Ridley battles East Carolina defender Haley Patsey. The Colonials downed the visiting Pirates 3-0. (Photo/GW Athletics)

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GW Athletics in Action

GW’s MacKenzie Cowley splits two East Carolina defenders as she battles for management throughout a soccer match on the Mount Vernon campus in Washington. (Photo/GW Athletics)

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GW Athletics in Action

Junior soccer defender Tobi Adewole cuts off American University’s Jordan Manley throughout a match in Fairfax, Va. The Colonials misplaced 2-1. (Photo/GW Athletics)

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GW Athletics in Action

American University striker Nick Sifrin crashes into GW freshman goalie Thor Arne Höfs throughout a soccer match in Fairfax, Va. The Colonials misplaced 2-1. (Photo/GW Athletics)

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Barry Farms Day of Service
Barry Farms Day of Service
Barry Farms Day of Service
Barry Farms Day of Service
Barry Farms Day of Service
Barry Farms Day of Service
Barry Farms Day of Service
Barry Farms Day of Service
Barry Farms Day of Service
Barry Farms Day of Service
Barry Farms Day of Service
Barry Farms Day of Service
GW Move In

Move-In Day kicks off the start of the semester on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Move In

Move-In Day kicks off the start of the semester on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Move In

Move-In Day kicks off the start of the semester on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Move In

Move-In Day kicks off the start of the semester on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Move In

Move-In Day kicks off the start of the semester on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Move In

Move-In Day kicks off the start of the semester on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Move In

George Washington University President Steven Knapp (left) and Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski assist throughout Move-In Day on the Foggy Bottom campus. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Move In

Move-In Day kicks off the start of the semester on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Move In

George Washington University President Steven Knapp (left) and Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski assist throughout Move-In Day on the Foggy Bottom campus. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Move In

Move-In Day kicks off the start of the semester on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Move In

Move-In Day kicks off the start of the semester on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Move In

Move-In Day kicks off the start of the semester on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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First Night

An aerial shot from the highest of Mount Vernon Estate shows the variety of the Class of 2019. More than 2,000 college students attended the annual First Night celebration.

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First Night

GW college students snack on picnic meals on the steps of George Washington’s historic dwelling at Mount Vernon.

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First Night

Student Association President Andie Dowd inspired the Class of 2019 to consider First Night at their first of many “only at GW” moments.

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First Night

Students gathered by flooring to evaluate expectations and duties and get to know each other.

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First Night

Provost Steven Lerman charged college students to bear in mind George Washington’s credo “deeds not words” as they embark on their school journey.

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First Night

GW college students take a “puppy break” on the garden of Mount Vernon.

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First Night

(Center) GW alumnus and Colonial Lodge 1821 Chaplain Quardricos Driskell, M.A. ’12, and graduate pupil Joshua Poole, Interim Internship Director of the DC Scottish Rite and member of Colonial Lodge 1821, are pictured with (L-R) SA EVP Casey Syron, SA President Andie Dowd, Provost Steven Lerman and Jamie Bosket, M.A. ’08.

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First Night

First Night was a possibility for college kids to get acquainted whereas studying about George Washington’s historical past.

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First Night

Students chatted with each other whereas taking in a view of the Potomac River.

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First Night

This marked the second First Night celebration held at Mount Vernon.

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Floral Beauty in the Urban Lansacpe

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Floral Beauty in the Urban Lansacpe

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Floral Beauty in the Urban Lansacpe

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Floral Beauty in the Urban Lansacpe

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Floral Beauty in the Urban Lansacpe

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Floral Beauty in the Urban Lansacpe

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Floral Beauty in the Urban Lansacpe

(Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Corcoran Renovations Underway

The well-known lions bought by William W. Corcoran obtain an expert cleansing. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Corcoran Renovations Underway

The entrance to the Art & The Book studio will get a brand new ceiling, new lighting, and an influence improve. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Corcoran Renovations Underway

The former administrative workplaces will probably be eliminated for a newly expanded, 24-hour pupil lounge space. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Corcoran Renovations Underway

A newly refurbished display printing studio, full with enclosed spray sales space, nears completion. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Corcoran Renovations Underway

Contractors improve constructing infrastructure, together with steam pipes, inside the principle basement hallway. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Corcoran Renovations Underway

Materials inside the previous bookshop await their new properties as a part of the lecture rooms and digital studio set up. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Teachers in Industry Project

Teachers watched from the ramp tower at Dulles International Airport as air site visitors controllers guided planes to security. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Teachers in Industry Project

Bill Hall, deputy supervisor of airport operations at Dulles, guided the TIP cohort by way of the advanced interlocking programs that preserve the airport working. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Teachers in Industry Project

The group toured the Aerotrain facility and command heart, the place Dulles’ underground transport shuttles are maintained. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Teachers in Industry Project

At the airport’s hearth station, academics received up shut and private with emergency automobiles designed to battle disaster. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Teachers in Industry Project

At the airport’s hearth station, academics received up shut and private with emergency automobiles designed to battle disaster. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Teachers in Industry Project

Teachers experience the shuttle out to the tarmac. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Teachers in Industry Project

The view of an jet airplane’s tail part. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Teachers in Industry Project

Teachers get a to deal with a number of the firefighting tools on the airport. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Teachers in Industry Project

An airport firefighting truck completes a spraying demonstration. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Teachers in Industry Project

Teachers pause to soak up info from an airport firefighter. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Teachers in Industry Project

Teachers collect for a teachable second. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Teachers in Industry Project

(William Atkins/GW Today)

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Capitol Hill Alumni Reception 2015

Alumni combine and mingle on the Capitol Hill reception (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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Capitol Hill Alumni Reception 2015

Guests heard from GW Alumni Association President Jeremy Gosbee and Provost Steven Lerman (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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Capitol Hill Alumni Reception 2015

“Many of you have opted for public service,” the provost stated, “something that I think distinguishes the George Washington University in a very positive way.” (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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Capitol Hill Alumni Reception 2015

Columbian College pupil William Ettingoff, left, and Jaclyn Grace pose for a photograph on the reception. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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Capitol Hill Alumni Reception 2015

Alumni Kately Demougeo and Linda Campbell pose for a photograph on the occasion. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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Capitol Hill Alumni Reception 2015

Alumni combine and mingle on the Capitol Hill reception (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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John Holmblad, M.S. ’80, shares a moment with Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Steven Lerman.

John Holmblad, M.S. ’80, shares a second with Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Steven Lerman. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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Clinton and Bush

Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush share fun on the September launch of the Presidential Leadership Scholars program. (Paul Morse)

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Presidential Leadership Scholars

Margaret Spellings, former secretary of training and the president of the George W. Bush Presidential Center, delivers opening remarks on the February orientation for this system, held at George Washington’s Mount Vernon. (Grant Miller/Presidential Leadership Scholars)

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Presidential Leadership Scholars

American historian Michael Beschloss addresses students at George Washington’s Mount Vernon property. (Grant Miller/Presidential Leadership Scholar Program)

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Presidential Leadership Scholars

Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates delivers remarks on the National Archives. (Grant Miller/Presidential Leadership Scholar Program)

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Presidential Leadership Scholars

President Bill Clinton solutions questions on the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum in Little Rock, Ark. (Grant Miller/Presidential Leadership Scholars Program)

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Presidential Leadership Scholars

Scholars tour the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas. (Grant Miller/Presidential Leadership Scholars Program)

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Presidential Leadership Scholars

Scholars take part in a hearth chat with President George W. Bush and Ms. Spellings. (Grant Miller/Presidential Leadership Scholars)

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Presidential Leadership Scholars

Scholars tour the LBJ Library. (Grant Miller/Presidential Leadership Scholars Program)

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Presidential Leadership Scholars

Scholars tour the Clinton Library in Little Rock. (Grant Miller/Presidential Leadership Scholars Program)

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Presidential Leadership Scholars

At the LBJ Library, guests can pay attention to audio recordings of conversations between President Lyndon Johnson and different leaders. (Grant Miller/Presidential Leadership Scholars Program)

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Presidential Leadership Scholars

Scholars tour the George W. Bush Presidential Center. (Grant Miller/Presidential Leadership Scholars Program)

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World of Textiles at GW
World of Textiles at GW
World of Textiles at GW
World of Textiles at GW
World of Textiles at GW
World of Textiles at GW
World of Textiles at GW
World of Textiles at GW
World of Textiles at GW
World of Textiles at GW
World of Textiles at GW
World of Textiles at GW
World of Textiles at GW
World of Textiles at GW
Stairwell
Stairwell
Stairwell
Stairwell
Stairwell
Stairwell
Stairwell
Stairwell
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Stairwell
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW 2015 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Naval ROTC Commissioning Day
GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

The fundamental stage for the GW 2015 Commencement stands on the National Mall close to the Washington Monument hours earlier than college students and household arrive for the occasion. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

A volunteer walks between the chairs the place college students will sit for the Commencement ceremony. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

GW college students and household arrive on the space close to the National Mall. (James Calder/for GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Narcisa Perju dumps rainwater off of chairs within the household and visitor space of the GW 2015 Commencement close to the National Mall. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

A graduate’s cap sports activities the 2015 tassel. (James Calder/for GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Students wait for his or her cue to start the procession into the Commencement grounds. (James Calder/for GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

A pupil and visitor cross Constitution Avenue, NW, close to The Ellipse to enter the GW Commencement space. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Soon-to-be-graduates wait to start the procession into the seating space. (James Calder/for GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Guests discover a comfy spot with a view of the Jumbotron display close to the principle seating space. (James Calder/for GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Students look forward to the procession to start. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Floyd Jones smiles with Matthew Ricci after he and different members of the GW University Singers accomplished a warm-up prior to the start of the GW 2015 Commencement. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Graduate Emanuel Johnson walks by way of the rear of the coed seating space. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

A view from the stage overlooking the scholars and household gathered on the National Mall. (Rick Reinhard/For GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Students collect close to the GW 2015 Commencement space by the White House. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Blake Morant, dean of GW Law clothes backstage for the GW 2015 Commencement. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Nelson Carbonell, B.A. ’85, chair of the Board of Trustees, and George Washington University President Steven Knapp don ceremonial robes prior to the GW 2015 Commencement. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

A graduate’s adorned cap. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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Olive waits on the ft of Ryan Dirksen, a George Washington University School of Business graduate, prior to the graduate procession. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Members of the George Washington University Alumni Emeritus stand through the GW 2015 Commencement processional. (Rick Reinhard/for GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Apple CEO Tim Cook, honorary diploma recipient Carole Watson and GW Alumni Association President Steve Frenkil make their approach to the stage. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

A member of the GW Navy ROTC colour guard stands with a flag normal prior to the GW 2015 Commencement processional. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

GW college students start to file into the graduate seating space. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

GW Provost Steven Lerman welcomes graduates and visitors in the beginning of the ceremony. (Rick Reinhard/for GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Honorary diploma recipient Carole Watson makes her approach to the stage. (Rick Reinhard/for GW Today)

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Students had a transparent view from the coed part on a sultry spring morning in Washington. (James Calder/for GW Today)

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GW Alumni Association President Steve Frenkil introduces the GW pupil speaker. (Rick Reinhard/for GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Graduates exhibit particular T-shirts through the Commencement ceremony. (Rick Reinhard/for GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

A pupil gestures to mates within the viewers. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

George Washington President Steven Knapp introduces one of many visitors. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Nelson Carbonell, B.A. ’85, chair of the Board of Trustees, addresses the attendees. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

U.S. Marine Capt. Richard Ruiz wakened at 4 a.m. to rehearse his speech. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Dr. Anthony Fauci delivers remarks after receiving an honorary diploma from the college. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Carole Watson receives an honorary diploma from George Washington University. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Apple CEO Tim Cook receives an honorary diploma prior to giving his speech to the GW graduates. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Attendees pay attention to Mr. Cook’s Commencement speech. (James Calder/for GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

APPLE CEO Tim Cook provides his speech through the GW 2015 Commencement. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Apple CEO Tim Cook takes a photograph of the graduating class Sunday following his Commencement speech. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Matthew Ricci seems to be over the grounds of the Washington Monument after the commencement ceremony. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

Graduates disperse following the GW 2015 Commencement. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

A remaining hug as college students go their separate methods following the GW 2015 Commencement. (James Calder/for GW Today)

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GW Commencement on The Mall 2015

The GW 2015 Commencement is seen from this birds-eye view atop the Washington Monument. (Photo Courtesy of Jack Spencer)

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Ellington School

Photo by Brian Nielsen.

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Ellington School

Photo by Brian Nielsen.

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Ellington School

Photo by Brian Nielsen.

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Ellington School

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Ellington School

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Photo by Brian Nielsen.

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STEM Day at VSTC

At the photo voltaic shed on the VSTC, Loudoun Country college students discover how scientists from GW’s Department of Chemistry take away CO2 from the environment and convert it into fuels and metals.

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STEM Day at VSTC

Megan Leftwich, an assistant professor within the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, runs the “Flight of the Ping Pong Ball” workshop.

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STEM Day at VSTC

Faculty within the Department of Exercise Science measure a highschool pupil’s standing leap.

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STEM Day at VSTC

Students measure their physique fats proportion in a workshop hosted by the Department of Exercise Science.

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STEM Day at VSTC

Soumya Chappidi and Tiffany Nguyen, Broad Run High School Students, exhibit vials stuffed with their very own DNA.

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STEM Day at VSTC

Students observe cells and parasites with microscopes on the VSTC’s newly-constructed moist labs.

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STEM Day at VSTC

Carol Rentas, a professor within the Department of Clinical Research and Leadership, explains to Sasha Chowdhury and others how medical technicians diagnose illness in blood and urine samples.

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STEM Day at VSTC

“Never say no to an opportunity,” Diane M. Stanitski, a program supervisor on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), stated to college students throughout her keynote speech.

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Buzzing 4 Change

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Buzzing 4 Change

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Buzzing 4 Change

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Buzzing 4 Change

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Buzzing 4 Change

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Buzzing 4 Change

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Buzzing 4 Change

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Buzzing 4 Change

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Buzzing 4 Change

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Buzzing 4 Change

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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Dance Works 2015 Spring Season

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LD2015

More than 400 George Washington University college students within the School of Business First Year Development Program joined practically 200 college students, college and workers to educate D.C. Public School (DCPS) college students to create their very own enterprise for Lemonade Day DC held Saturday.

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LD2015

The annual occasion is a celebration of entrepreneurship that encourages youth to pursue entrepreneurship and empowers them to achieve monetary literacy expertise.

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LD2015

Site visits to DCPS faculties have been accomplished on “Financial Fridays.” The weekly periods strengthened college students studying about easy entrepreneurship expertise with a twist, college students have been inspired to brainstorm methods to use their income for good.

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LD2015

In addition to 10 lemonade stands on the Graduate School of Education and Human Development Share Fair on the GW Foggy Bottom Campus, college students in all eight wards arrange lemonade stands Saturday.

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LD2015

President of National Lemonade Day Ron Batts attended the Lemonade Day DC kickoff celebration Saturday. PNC Senior Vice President Sonia McCormick additionally attended.

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More than 2,200 youth from DCPS participated in Lemonade Day DC, a file for the college.

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Lemonade Day was based in 2007 and consists of greater than 50 metropolis chapters.

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Corcoran

Nearly 700 guests attended the opening of NEXT 2015.

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Corcoran

Wednesday’s opening featured the work of 40 undergraduate college students.

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Corcoran

Left: Senior Tatiana Sanguinette, “On Love: Chapter One.” Right: Senior Patrick Masterson, “Impulse.”

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Corcoran Photography Professor Andy Grundberg and President Steven Knapp get a detailed have a look at senior Dong Soh’s “Square Dancing with Dragons.”

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Corcoran

Senior Dong Soh used a 3-D printer to create collectible figurines in his piece, “Square Dancing with Dragons.”

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Corcoran Photography Professor Andy Grundberg supplied opening remarks Wednesday, saying, “Our students do a remarkable job of producing work that spans a whole spectrum of contemporary art media, from traditional media like painting and sculpture, to animation, video and computer digital design.”

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CCAS Dean Ben Vinson referred to as NEXT 2015 “a phenomenal occasion and accomplishment.”

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Corcoran

NEXT 2015 made use of 10 galleries to show pupil work.

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Corcoran

Senior Tiph Browne’s “Trans-ish” undertaking paperwork topics whose identities fall outdoors of and in between female and male genders. T

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Senior Whitney Waller, “Dasein.”

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Senior Whitney Waller, “Dasein.”

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Senior Kesi Marcus, “In My Own Little World.”

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Senior Neha Pathare, “Connex.”

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Senior Rachel Marie Johnson, “Oblivion.”

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Left: Senior Chloe Rubenstein. Right: Senior Taylor Pittman, “Rapid Eye Movement.”

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Senior Helena Cervantes, “Overworld.”

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Left: Senior Tatiana Sanguinette, “On Love: Chapter One.”

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Senior SooHo Cho, “rem-i-nis-cence.”

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Senior Sara Sklaroff, “Blocks for Young Modernity.”

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TED

GW freshman Priyanka Wadgaonkar and Zainab Mahmood

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TEDx

GW Associate Director of the Multicultural Student Services Center George Rice III shared his easy philosophy with the TEDxFoggyBottom viewers: success relies on what you discovered in kindergarten.
“Rules were made to be broken, but rebels were not,” Mr. Rice stated.
Photo Credit Nicole Radivlov

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GW Global Women’s Institute Director Mary Ellsberg urged viewers members to bear in mind the faces behind the startling statistics of abuse towards ladies.

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TEDx

Noor Tagouri described her experiences as a Muslim, Arab-American Journalist. She stated her job was greater than “correcting pronunciations of names.”
“This scarf on my head does not mean that I am oppressed,” Ms. Tagouri stated. “In fact, it empowers me by demystifying the stigma.”
Photo Credit Anne McGarrigle

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A efficiency from the DC Youth Slam Team obtained a standing ovation from the viewers. The three-person efficiency examined private emotions of alienation felt by queer youth, black ladies and teenage moms and the willpower required to overcome self-doubt and hatred.
Photo Credit Dan Rich

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Pediatrician and former Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Christi Hay described how she diverged from the “Doctor’s Path” throughout her discuss. After eight profitable years working in drugs, she launched Palisades Pediatrics, a personal apply in Washington, D.C., that gives home-visits, academic supplies and one-on-one preventive look after

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TEDx

Queer pop artist Be Steadwell used loop pedals to layer her vocals on stage. The ensuing tune, which centered on navigating id in relationships, was met with cheers from the group.
Photo Credit Jamie Finkelstein

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TED

“Museum Hack” founder Nick Gray led attendees on excursions of the newly opened the George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum. The New York-based firm affords fast-paced, quirky excursions of well-liked museums that concentrate on unconventional storytelling and interactive video games.

Photo Credit Nicole Radivlov

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GW School of Media and Public Affairs Director Frank Sesno had a candid dialogue with Ted Olson and his spouse, Lady Olson, for the ultimate discuss of the day.
Photo Credit Dan Rich

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Following the dialogue, college students met the powerhouse couple at a reception within the Marvin Center, the place they signed copies of their e book “Redeeming the Dream: The Case for Marriage Equality.”

Photo Credit Anna McGarrigle

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GW Murdock Head Professor of Medicine and Health Policy Fitzhugh Mullan advised the story of his days as a civil rights medical employee within the late Nineteen Sixties.

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In Chicago, students worked with urban farmers and gardeners. (Photo courtesy Eilish Zembilci)

In Chicago, college students labored with city farmers and gardeners. (Photo courtesy Eilish Zembilci)

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In Chicago, students worked with urban farmers and gardeners. (Photo courtesy Eilish Zembilci)

In Chicago, college students labored with city farmers and gardeners. (Photo courtesy Eilish Zembilci)

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In Chicago, students constructed plant beds and worked with urban farmers and gardeners.

In Chicago, college students labored with city farmers and gardeners. (Photo courtesy Eilish Zembilci)

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Alt Break participants in Harlan County, Ky., worked with COAP to provide quality, sustainable housing for low-income families.

Alt Break individuals in Harlan County, Ky., labored with COAP to present high quality, sustainable housing for low-income households. (Photo courtesy Anna Walsh)

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In Ecuador, GW students learned from local teachers how to plan and team-teach English lessons to children in the community. (Ph

In Ecuador, GW college students discovered from native academics how to plan and team-teach English classes to youngsters in the neighborhood. (Photo courtesy Sara Durrani)

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The new communal stove in Panecillo, Ecuador. (Photo courtesy Sara Durrani)

The new communal range in Panecillo, Ecuador. (Photo courtesy Sara Durrani)

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Students work construction in Panecillo, Ecuador. (Photo courtesy Sara Durrani)

Students work building in Panecillo, Ecuador. (Photo courtesy Sara Durrani)

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In Washington, D.C., students spread awareness about sexual violence and domestic abuse. (Photo courtesy Diana Wilkinson)

In Washington, D.C., college students unfold consciousness about sexual violence and home abuse. (Photo courtesy Diana Wilkinson)

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In Talequah, Okla., students worked with the Cherokee Nation on cultural and ed (Photo courtesy Julie Charpentier, Liviya David)

In Talequah, Okla., college students labored with the Cherokee Nation on cultural and academic points. (Photo courtesy Julie Charpentier, Liviya David)

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Students at the Cherokee Veterans' Memorial, which commemorates Cherokee soldiers who fought and died in American wars. (Photo c

Students on the Cherokee Veterans’ Memorial, which commemorates Cherokee troopers who fought and died in American wars. (Photo courtesy Julie Charpentier, Liviya David)

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Students in New Orleans worked to help rebuild storm-ravaged communities. (Photo courtesy Jordan Coggins.)

Students in New Orleans labored to assist rebuild storm-ravaged communities. (Photo courtesy Jordan Coggins)

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Students in New Orleans worked to help rebuild storm-ravaged communities. (Photo courtesy Jordan Coggins.)

Students in New Orleans labored to assist rebuild storm-ravaged communities. (Photo courtesy Jordan Coggins.)

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From the exhibition Seat of Empire: Planning Washington, 1790-1801. Gilbert Stuart, Monro-Lenox Portrait of George Washington, ca. 1800. Collection buy, 1949. Image from the GW Permanent Collection, courtesy of the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery. Photo by William Atkins.

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From the exhibition Seat of Empire: Planning Washington, 1790-1801. Photo by William Atkins.

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From the exhibition The Civil War and the Making of Modern Washington. Photo by William Atkins.

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Robe, Uzbekistan, Bukhara, late nineteenth century. The Textile Museum 2011.11.1. Gift of Guido Goldman. Photo by William Atkins.

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From left to proper: Loincloth finish panel, Peru, north coast, Chimu type, ca. 1250-1350. The Textile Museum 1960.6.1. Museum buy; Man’s mantle, Southwestern United States, Navajo, ca.1850. The Textile Museum 1976.30.3. Gift of Col. F.M. Johnson, Jr.; Chilkat ceremonial cape, North American Northwest coast, Tlingit, second half of the nineteenth

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Crown and gorget, Chimu type, Peru, north coast, ca. 1350-1450. The Textile Museum 1962.30.9 A and B. Museum buy. Photo by William Atkins.

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Museum

Costume for Shakespeare Theatre Company manufacturing of The Tempest. Courtesy of the Washington Shakespeare Theater Company. Photo by William Atkins.

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Museum

Fireman’s helmet, late twentieth century. Courtesy of the District of Columbia Fire and EMS Museum.Photo by William Atkins.

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Musuem

The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum. Photo by William Atkins.

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SJT Scholarship Awards

The GW prize patrol stunned Byron Fullerton at McKinley Technology School on Wednesday with a Stephen Joel Trachtenberg scholarship. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholarship Awards

Mr. Fullerton would be the first SJT scholar to attend the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Mr. Fullerton embraces his aunt. She and his different relations discovered about Mr. Fullerton’s award final week, however agreed to preserve the excellent news a secret till Wednesday. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Mr. Fullerton holds up his acceptance letter with President Steven Knapp and George. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholarship Awards

Mario Velasquez, a pupil at Benjamin Banneker Academic Senior High School, shakes Dr. Knapp’s hand. He was introduced to the auditorium underneath false pretenses to obtain his scholarship. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Mr. Velasquez’s mom, Doris Valasquez (heart) is from El Salvador. Mr. Velasquez stated he plans to use his civil engineering diploma to enhance dwelling circumstances in her nation. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Lashae Hunter, who attends Cesar Chavez School for Public Policy High School, had no thought she’d be receiving an SJT scholarship when her class was referred to as to an meeting in the highschool gymnasium. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Ms. Hunter holds again tears with Dr. Knapp and GW Dean of Admissions Karen Stroud Felton. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Ms. Hunter receives her acceptance letter from Dr. Knapp. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholarship Awards

Students at Thurgood Marshall Academy start chanting, “Faith, Faith, Faith!” when Dr. Knapp pronounces that their classmate Faith Hudson has obtained an SJT scholarship. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Ms. Hudson receives her scholarship, standing along with her dad and mom and DeLanté Fludd, a present GW sophomore and Thurgood Marshall alum, who obtained an SJT scholarship in 2013. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Ms. Hudson greets Dr. Knapp. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholarship Awards

Ms. Hudson celebrates along with her dad and mom, Shelley and Charles Hudson. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Ms. Hudson’s mom hugs her daughter. “She has worked so hard,” Shelley Hudson stated. “Now she is finally able to reap what she has sowed.” (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholarship Awards

Bruce Beuzard IV, a pupil at KIPP DC: College Prep School, receives flowers from his grandmother after the GW prize patrol stunned him and his pal Matthew Jenkins with SJT scholarships throughout homeroom. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Classmates erupted in cheers when Dr. Knapp referred to as the title of the second SJT scholar at Kipp: Mr. Jenkins. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Mr. Jenkins (left) and Mr. Beuzard stated they want to be roommates at GW. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Elissa Hipolito-Magsalin, a captain and firm commander of the JROTC unit at St. John’s College High School, stated she was “overjoyed” to obtain her scholarship. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Ms. Hipolito-Magsalin hugs her mom, Marietta Hipolito. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Ms. Hipolito-Magsalin has six youthful siblings and is motivated to set an instance for all of them. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholarship Awards

Coumba Gueye, a pupil at Washington Latin Public Charter High School, was in disbelief when Dr. Knapp introduced that she had been awarded an SJT scholarship. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholarship Awards

Ms. Gueye and her mom, Randee Grant, change smiles after listening to the excellent news. “This means everything for us,” Ms. Grant stated. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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SJT Scholarship Awards

For the ultimate cease of the day, the prize patrol visited a well-recognized place: the School Without Walls. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Carlos Palencia, a School Without Walls pupil and the ultimate SJT scholarship recipient of the day, was born in El Salvador and moved to the U.S. when he was six years outdated. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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President Steven Knapp, who joined GW in 2007 when SEH planning was underway, tells attendees, “With this new building, we are indeed making history.”

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Wednesday’s official opening of Science and Engineering Hall ended with a laser present and the drop of a banner showcasing GW analysis.

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#GWSEH

Wednesday’s official opening of Science and Engineering Hall ended with a laser present and the drop of a banner showcasing GW analysis.

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(From left) SEAS Dean David Dolling, Board of Trustees Chair Nelson Carbonell, CCAS pupil Sydney Morris, SMHS Dean Jeffrey Akman, Provost Steven Lerman and Executive Vice President and Treasurer Louis Katz put together to kick off the sunshine present.

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#GWSEH

(From left) Dr. Knapp, Dr. Akman, Siemens USA President and CEO Eric Spiegel and Dr. Dolling watch an illustration of Siemens’ lifecycle product administration software program. The firm donated $30 million in software program licenses to GW.

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#GWSEH

Speakers on the ceremony embrace (from left): Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development Brian Kenner, Adedayo Jobi-Odeneye, Nelson Carbonell, Steven Knapp, Sydney Morris, Ralph Cicerone

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National Academy of Sciences President Ralph Cicerone addresses attendees. The outstanding progress of GW within the high quality of its instruction and analysis over the previous couple of years is a superb achievement,” he stated.

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Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development Brian Kenner speaks on behalf of D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser (D), who was unable to attend the ceremony.

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Science and Engineering Hall

Students remedy equations on glass partitions in Science and Engineering Hall. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Science and Engineering Hall

Faculty members in Science and Engineering Hall are housed in “research neighborhoods,” which focus researchers with overlapping pursuits. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Science and Engineering Hall

Alexa Baumer (left), a senior finding out mechanical and aerospace engineering, and Professor Megan Leftwich experiment with a simplified mannequin for human beginning to higher perceive how fluids current within the pregnant uterus play throughout labor and supply. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Science and Engineering Hall

Professor Volker Sorger and college students in his Innovation Lab examine a light-chip that might revolutionize computing and data-sharing. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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A device in Dr. Sorger’s lab for constructing optoelectronic nanoscale units. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Professor Zhenyu Li (left) and Allan Guan, a graduate pupil within the Department of Biomedical Engineering, manipulate small volumes of liquid to construct nanoscale devices, like a conveyable diagnostic machine and a mannequin for trapping single cells. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Bernard Wood (heart), a professor within the Center for the Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology, research fossils to piece collectively the historical past of human evolution. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Science and Engineering Hall

Dr. Wood chats with college students outdoors of the Center for the Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology labs on the sixth flooring of Science and Engineering Hall. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Dr. Sorger fits up earlier than coming into the instructing clear room, a small-scale model of the nanofabrication lab supposed to educate college students about constructing nanoscale units. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Science and Engineering Hall

Common areas subsequent to labs all through Science and Engineering Hall give researchers areas to loosen up and change concepts. The “green wall” seen on this space offers a burst of colour. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Science and Engineering Hall

The Lehman Auditorium, named in honor of Donald R. Lehman, Ph.D. ’70, affords house for instructing, lectures and symposia with retractable stadium-style seating for round 200 individuals. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Science and Engineering Hall

Students examine chemical formulation on a white board. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Andy Warhol, “Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom”

Based on {a photograph} taken at Windsor Castle in 1975, “Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom” was included in Mr. Warhol’s “Reigning Queens” sequence. The display print was a part of the Warhol Foundation’s present to the Brady Gallery.

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Fernando Botero, “The Young Bishop”

The Lifschutz household donated Fernando Botero’s “The Young Bishop” to the college in 2007. The oil portray epitomizes the Colombian painter’s penchant for fleshy topics.

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Henry Ulke, “William Wilson Corcoran”

Henry Ulke’s portrait of William Wilson Corcoran captures the humanities patron who additionally served as president of the Board of the Columbian College through the nineteenth century. His connection to GW stays stronger than ever following a historic arts settlement that introduced the Corcoran School to the college final summer season.

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Clark V. Fox, “Red George Washington”

Corcoran alumnus Clark V. Fox has been referred to as the “godfather of modern underground art.” His picture of our nation’s founding father references Warhol-esque pop artwork with its summary background and flat crimson colour.

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Howard Finster, “George Washington at 23”

An American artist and Baptist minister, Howard Finster’s work embodied unconventional “outsider art.” This portrait of George Washington was bought from the Tartt Gallery in Washington, D.C., and added to the college’s assortment in 1987.

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Joe Shannon, “Diane Arbus”

Joe Shannon is a Washington artist whose figurative type brings to thoughts Picasso’s classical drawing period. Of his work, the artist stated, “My work is the other of what Barbara Rose calls ‘high art.’ Greenberg implies {that a} portray is not more than it’s, a portray must be literal, and concretely sensational. Emotional, my portray is all the time

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GW Celebrates Recyclemania

Students type by way of trash on Kogan Plaza to glean gadgets from trash cans that may be recycled.

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GW Celebrates Recyclemania

A pupil dons a dressing up manufactured from plastic luggage, which might contribute to general air pollution. The District assess a 5-cent tax on paper and plastic luggage to attempt to discourage their use.

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GW Celebrates Recyclemania

Some of the gadgets are sorted from trash cans.

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GW Celebrates Recyclemania

A pupil passing by way of Kogan Plaza will get details about the occasion from the “bag lady.”

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GW Celebrates Recyclemania

After gadgets are sorted they’re loaded on a truck for disposal.

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Washington lecture

Philip Morgan, the Harry C. Black Professor of History at Johns Hopkins University, delivers his lecture on Washington and slavery Thursday on the Marvin Center. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Wreath laying

George Washington President Steven Knapp offers remarks throughout Saturday’s wreath laying ceremony. The Mount Vernon Ladies Association, he stated, “really founded the historic preservation movement that’s such an important part of why Washington, D.C., is the kind of city it is.” (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Wreath laying

A fife participant entertains the group with music and colonial-era information, together with classes on how American and English songs—”My country tis of thee” and “God save the queen,” for instance—derive from the identical melody. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Wreath laying

Dr. Knapp locations a wreath at Washington’s tomb. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Wreath laying

Buses of scholars from GW’s Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses made the journey to Mount Vernon for the ceremony, then had the chance to tour the grounds of Washington’s property. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Wreath laying

Washington’s gravesite at Mount Vernon. An eagle and protect reduction adorns the highest of the tomb, together with an understated label: “Washington.” (William Atkins/GW Today)

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birthday celebration

Students have a good time Washington’s birthday on the Marvin Center Sunday evening. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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birthday celebration

A fife and drum corps entertained the group on the Marvin Center. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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birthday celebration

A fife and drum corps entertained the group on the Marvin Center. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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birthday celebration

Students have a good time Washington’s birthday on the Marvin Center Sunday evening. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek

GW’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, by Naomi Wallace and directed by Jodi Kanter.

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The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek

GW’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, by Naomi Wallace and directed by Jodi Kanter.

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The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek

GW’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, by Naomi Wallace and directed by Jodi Kanter.

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The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek

GW’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, by Naomi Wallace and directed by Jodi Kanter.

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The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek

GW’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, by Naomi Wallace and directed by Jodi Kanter.

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The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek

GW’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, by Naomi Wallace and directed by Jodi Kanter.

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The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek

GW’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, by Naomi Wallace and directed by Jodi Kanter.

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The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek

GW’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, by Naomi Wallace and directed by Jodi Kanter.

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The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek

GW’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, by Naomi Wallace and directed by Jodi Kanter.

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The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek

GW’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, by Naomi Wallace and directed by Jodi Kanter.

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The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek

GW’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, by Naomi Wallace and directed by Jodi Kanter.

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The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek

GW’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, by Naomi Wallace and directed by Jodi Kanter.

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Bokamoso

Bokamoso college students carried out conventional dances at Friday’s present at Betts Theatre. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Bokamoso

Bokamoso actors carry out a scene from their play for GW college, college students and workers throughout a workshop on Thursday afternoon. The Global Women’s Institute hosted the occasion to spark a dialogue about relationships and gender dynamics. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bokamoso

GW college students be a part of the Bokamoso performers on stage throughout Thursday’s workshop. The South African and GW college students talked concerning the taboo of discussing intercourse with dad and mom and the way to intervene when witnessing abusive relationships. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bokamoso

The Bokamoso performers let free after Thursday’s workshop (Zach Marin/GW Today)

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Bokamoso

The quick play on Friday examined the aftermath of South Africa’s apartheid. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Bokamoso

Student Zinhle Khumalo performs the central character, a lady who should confront the apartheid policeman who killed her husband years earlier. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Bokamoso

Bokamoso youth carry out a poem for the muse’s former director Solomon Mahlangu, who handed away final 12 months. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Bokamoso

The college students showcased a mixture of modern and conventional dances. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Bokamoso

The GW Troubadours joined the Bokamoso youth for a number of songs. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Bokamoso

The college students carried out on Friday for a pack viewers that included South African Ambassador Ebrahim Rasool. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Bokamoso

Bokamoso youth showcase conventional dances. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Bokamoso

The college students illustrated a number of components of South African tradition, together with Zulu dances. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Bokamoso

The youth pull the viewers onstage for a remaining dance. (William Atkins/GW Today)

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Day of Service
Volunteers sign in for the Day of Service

Volunteers check in for the Day of Service.

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GW President Steven Knapp

GW President Steven Knapp

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Dr. Charlene Drew Jarvis

Dr. Charlene Drew Jarvis

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Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.)

Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.)

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In collaboration with Jumpstart DC, volunteers assembled literacy kids for preschool-age children.

In collaboration with Jumpstart DC, volunteers assembled literacy kits for preschool-age youngsters.

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At Project Linus, volunteers created colorful no-sew fleece blankets for children in need.

At Project Linus, volunteers created colourful no-sew fleece blankets for youngsters in want.

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Day of Service

At Project Linus, volunteers created colourful no-sew fleece blankets for youngsters in want.

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Americorps volunteers.

Americorps volunteers.

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Day of Service

Supplies for literacy kits to be assembled by Jumpstart volunteers.

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Day of Service

Volunteers, neighborhood artists and kids work collectively on artwork tasks at an “MLK Party” with Little Friends for Peace.

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Day of Service

Volunteers, neighborhood artists and kids work collectively on artwork tasks at an “MLK Party” with Little Friends for Peace.

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Day of Service

Graduate pupil volunteers serve meals at an “MLK Party” with Little Friends for Peace.

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Day of Service

Volunteers play an enthusiastic recreation of contact soccer with native youngsters at an “MLK Party” with Little Friends for Peace.

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Alt Breaks 15

Costa Rica volunteers pose for a photograph at their homebase for the week, San Pedro Community Center. (Carlos Marin/Green Communities)

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Alt Breaks 15

GW volunteers study to prepare dinner a conventional stew from the locals in Costa Rica. (Jonathan Cerdas/Green Communities)

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Alt Breaks 15

Volunteers in Costa Rica work to construct a sidewalk for youngsters and residents. (Emma Vitaliano)

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Alt Breaks 15

Volunteers in Costa Rica roll up their sleeves to produce natural fertilizer.

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Alt Breaks 15

Building with eco-bricks is a tedious, rudimentary course of that includes filling plastic water bottles with recycled materials, together with trash luggage and items of plastic.

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Alt Breaks 15

Volunteers in Florida apply paint to a house as a part of a undertaking with Habitat for Humanity. (Indian River Habitat for Humanity)

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Alt Breaks 15

Indian River County service college students pose for a photograph outdoors the native Habitat for Humanity heart. (Indian River Habitat for Humanity)

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Alt Breaks 15

GW volunteers in Los Angeles labored with a number of native companions, together with The Garageboard Shop and HomeBoy Industries, on at-risk youth problems with violence, immigration and gang intervention.

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Alt Breaks 15

Los Angeles volunteers pack lunches to distribute to teams within the metropolis.

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Alt Breaks 15

GW pupil Emily Scharf harvests espresso beans throughout her journey to Puerto Rico. GW volunteers on the journey labored with Plenitud Eco-Educational Initiatives to discover natural farming. (Emilie Pollack)

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Alt Breaks 15

A bunch of 26 GW volunteers in Puerto Rico discovered about bio-construction, permaculture and different sustainable farming practices. Here, GW pupil Alix Suter pops open a harvested ardour fruit. (Emilie Pollack)

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For a ninth straight year, the university sent a large contingent of volunteers—58—to New Orleans to assist with construction pr

For a ninth straight 12 months, the college despatched a big contingent of volunteers—58—to New Orleans to help with building tasks within the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Partner organizations included Rebuilding Together New Orleans, which offers home repairs and sustainable upgrades for low-income householders. (Photos by Sydney Tate)

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A bust of George Washington stands sentinel outside of Marquis De Lafayette Hall on the Foggy Bottom campus during the first sno

A bust of George Washington stands sentinel outdoors of Marquis De Lafayette Hall on the Foggy Bottom campus through the first snow day of winter. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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The Hippo – GW’s unofficial mascot – seems content in the newly fallen snow outside of Lisner Auditorium. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

The Hippo – GW’s unofficial mascot – appears content material within the newly fallen snow outdoors of Lisner Auditorium. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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The first snowfall of the year also brought plunging temperatures, which inspired pedestrians to walk briskly by the Tempietto i

The first snowfall of the 12 months additionally introduced plunging temperatures, which impressed pedestrians to stroll briskly by the Tempietto in Kogan Plaza. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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The recently installed “George Washington Bench,” featuring the first president himself, sports a covering of powdery snow. (Rob

The not too long ago put in “George Washington Bench,” that includes the primary president himself, sports activities a masking of powdery snow. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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A lone pedestrian, with an umbrella for cover, walks through the snow-covered breezeway of the Academic Center. (Rob Stewart/GW

A lone pedestrian, with an umbrella for canopy, walks by way of the snow-covered breezeway of the Academic Center. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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Milken

Milken Institute School of Public Health, 950 New Hampshire Ave. NW
LEED Platinum (2014)
The 115,000-square-foot facility was GW’s first undertaking to obtain the very best LEED certification. Payette Architects and Ayers Saint Gross collaborated on the $75 million constructing design.

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South Hall

South Hall, 2135 F St. NW
LEED Gold (2010)
GW’s first LEED-rated residence corridor was inbuilt 2009 and homes up to 450 fourth-year college students.

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West Hall

West Hall, 2100 Foxhall Road NW
LEED Gold (2010)
The suite-style residence corridor was the primary LEED-certified residence corridor on the Mount Vernon Campus

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Lafayette

Lafayette Hall, 2100 I St. NW
LEED Gold (2012)
The Foggy Bottom Campus residence corridor was renovated and reopened through the fall 2011 semester and homes up to 126 college students.

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Smith

Charles E. Smith Center, 600 twenty second St. NW
LEED Gold (2012)
The Colonial sports activities hub was renovated in 2011 to replace the sector, locker rooms, Colonials Club, coaching and sports activities drugs areas and different areas.

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Ames

Ames Hall, 2100 Foxhall Road NW
LEED Gold (2012)
The former residence corridor was transformed to an educational constructing in 2011 that features water bottle filling stations, a inexperienced roof and different sustainable options.

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Law Cinics

The Jacob Burns Community Legal Clinics, 2000 G St. NW
LEED Gold (2014)
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor helped commemorate the opening of the clinics final January. They have been based in 1971 to assist college students develop authorized expertise by way of service to the neighborhood.

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Ross Hall

Walter G. Ross Hall fifth and sixth flooring, 2300 I St. NW
LEED Gold (2014)
The Research Center for Neglected Diseases of Poverty is a 35,000-square-foot lab house with 104 workstations, a microscope room and tropical life cycle the place parasites might be cultured.

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Museum

George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum, 701 twenty first St. NW
LEED Gold (2014)
Set to open in March 2015, the museum will home practically 20,000 objects from the Textile Museum, Albert H. Small Washingtoniana and GW collections.

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VSTC

conservation and collections useful resource heart, Presidential Drive and George Washington Blvd., Ashburn, Va.
LEED Silver (2014)
The sustainable, 22,000-square-foot facility shops the collections of the George Washington University Museum and the Textile Museum.

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parking

G Street Garage and Law Learning Center, 2000 block of G St. NW
LEED Silver (2014)
The inexperienced undertaking is dwelling to one stage of studying house for GW Law School and 4 ranges of underground parking.

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LEED Certified Buildings at GW

LEED Certified Buildings at GW are represented on this graphic.

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2014 Holiday Party

Attendees on the Marvin Center have been serenade by a vacation choir of college and workers.

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2014 Holiday Party

Revelers collect within the Marvin Center for meals, firm and vacation leisure.

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2014 Holiday Party

A sketch artist drew caricatures for attendees within the Marvin Center.

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2014 Holiday Party

A vacation tune from the Cool Jazz ensemble livens the temper on the Marvin Center.

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2014 Holiday Party

A vacation tune from the Cool Jazz ensemble livens the temper on the Marvin Center.

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2014 Holiday Party

Some attendees entered the photograph sales space to make a memento of the occasion.

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2014 Holiday Party

Of course good meals helped make the social gathering festive for these on the Marvin Center.

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2014 Holiday Party

President Steven Knapp addressed the collect on the Marvin Center.

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Midnight Breakfast

George, the college’s mascot, made an look at Midnight Breakfast, the annual custom held throughout remaining examination season.

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Midnight Breakfast

George Washington University Provost Steven Lerman serves eggs to college students throughout Midnight Breakfast.

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Midnight Breakfast

Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski additionally took half in Midnight Breakfast, which affords college students an opportunity to loosen up and gas their brains for an evening of finding out.

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Midnight Breakfast

Things received aggressive through the Munchkin consuming contest, which had college students battle to see who may eat probably the most mini donuts.

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Midnight Breakfast

The Dr. Seuss themed occasion supplied whimsical decorations together with a Lorax themed orange juice dispenser.

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Midnight Breakfast

The “One Fish, Two Fish” relay contest had college students transporting balloons on flyswatters to their companions ready to pop the balloons. Hidden fish have been discovered contained in the balloons and the group that collected probably the most received.

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Midnight Breakfast

The scene within the Marvin Center was one in every of intense focus as college students buckled down to examine for remaining exams. The remaining examination interval will run by way of Dec. 18.

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Midnight Breakfast

The examine break grew to become a dance break for some college students who took the chance to “cut a rug” within the hallway.

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Midnight Breakfast

The GW Vibes a cappella group carried out for a rapt viewers at Midnight Breakfast.

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Midnight Breakfast

GW males’s basketball Head Coach Mike Lonergan posed with college students through the occasion.

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Midnight Breakfast

Students additionally gathered to watch the Colbert Show through the occasion. The episode was taped earlier that day on the George Washington University’s Lisner Auditorium.

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Students

Students wait in line to get into ‘The Colbert Report.’

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Students wait in line to get into 'The Colbert Report.'

Students wait in line to get into ‘The Colbert Report.’

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Students wait in line to get into 'The Colbert Report.'

Students wait in line to get into ‘The Colbert Report.’

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A senior wears a shirt she made especially for Mr. Colbert.

A senior wears a shirt she made particularly for Mr. Colbert.

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Students wait in line to get into 'The Colbert Report.'

Students wait in line to get into ‘The Colbert Report.’

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Students received tickets to see the live taping.

Students obtained tickets to see the reside taping.

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Students pose with Stephen Colbert behind the curtain at Lisner.

Students pose with Stephen Colbert behind the scenes at Lisner.

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GW ‘Die In’

Student protestors lay on Kogan Plaza throughout a deliberate 4 and one-half hour demonstration to draw consideration to occasions in Ferguson, Mo.

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GW ‘Die In’

A core group of about 30 college students gathered on the clock tower at Kogan Plaza Tuesday afternoon to draw consideration to occasions in Ferguson, Mo.

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GW ‘Die In’

A passerby paperwork the “Die-In” protest at Kogan Plaza. The George Washington University chapter of the Roosevelt Institute promoted the occasion by way of its Facebook web page and different social media.

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GW ‘Die In’

Demonstrators made indicators and posters drawing consideration to the demise of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., in August.

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GW ‘Die In’

GW pupil Gabriella Snead holds her arms in mock give up through the “Die-In” protest held in Kogan Plaza Tuesday afternoon.

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Sen. Mark Warner basketball at Lerner Wellness Center

Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), B.A. ’77, enjoys a pickup basketball recreation on the Lerner Health and Wellness Center.

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Sen. Mark Warner basketball at Lerner Wellness Center

Sen. Warner drives in for a rating throughout a pre-Thanksgiving pickup basketball recreation.

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Sen. Mark Warner basketball at Lerner Wellness Center

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan takes purpose through the annual pickup recreation with Sen. Warner. The group performed for a number of hours on the Lerner Health and Wellness Center on the GW Campus.

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Sen. Mark Warner basketball at Lerner Wellness Center

The basketball custom for Sen. Warner, B.A. ’77, goes again to his days as an undergraduate at George Washington University.

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Sen. Mark Warner basketball at Lerner Wellness Center

The group performed onerous for a number of hours on the Lerner Health and Wellness Center the Wednesday earlier than Thanksgiving.

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Sen. Mark Warner basketball at Lerner Wellness Center

Secretary Duncan grabs the basketball for an inbounds restart through the pickup session.

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Sen. Mark Warner basketball at Lerner Wellness Center

Sen. Warner (D-Va.), B.A. ’77, chats with a number of gamers through the pickup session on the Lerner Health and Wellness Center. Sen. Warner has been coming to the Lerner Center since his days as an undergraduate.

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Simon Lee Scholars Reunion
Simon Lee Scholars Reunion
Simon Lee Scholars Reunion
Simon Lee Scholars Reunion
Simon Lee Scholars Reunion
Simon Lee Scholars Reunion
Simon Lee Scholars Reunion
Simon Lee Scholars Reunion
Simon Lee Scholars Reunion
Simon Lee Scholars Reunion
Simon Lee Scholars Reunion
Simon Lee Scholars Reunion
So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

Valerie Rockey and Zack Everhart Jr. Photo courtesy of Manor Photography.

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So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

The high contestants from “So You Think You Can Dance.” Photo courtesy of Manor Photography.

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So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

Season 11 winner Ricky Ubeda. Photo courtesy of Manor Photography.

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So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

The high feminine contestants. Photo courtesy of Manor Photography.

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So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

A efficiency that includes the season’s high feminine dancers. Photo courtesy of Manor Photography.

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So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

A efficiency that includes the season’s high feminine dancers. Photo courtesy of Manor Photography.

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So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

Tanisha Belnap and Emilio Dosal carry out a hip-hop routine. Photo courtesy of Manor Photography.

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So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

A efficiency that includes the season’s high feminine dancers. Photo courtesy of Manor Photography.

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So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

Tap dancer Zack Everhart Jr. Photo courtesy of Manor Photography.

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So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

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So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

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So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

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So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

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So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

So You Think You Can Dance Performance/Manor Photography

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Ziauddin Yousafzai

(From left) Catherine Russell, J.D. ’88, U.S. ambassador-at-large for world points and Malala’s father Ziauddin Yousafzai are interviewed by Lois Romano, M.A. ’78, Politico Events editor.

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Ziauddin Yousafzai

(From left) Jahan Zeb, Malala Fund adviser; Ahmad Shah, Global Peace Council Pakistan president; Sean Aday, SMPA professor; Kelly Pemberton, CCAS professor; Amira Bakir, GW freshman; Michele Clark, Elliott School adjunct professor; Fernanda Bianchi, GWI

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Ziauddin Yousafzai

(From left) Forrest Maltzman, Mary Ellsberg, Ziauddin Yousafzai, Catherine Russell, Lois Romano

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Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

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Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

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Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

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Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

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Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

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Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

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Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

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Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

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Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

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Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

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Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

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Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

Dance Works 2014 Fall Season

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Photojournalism – Single Curator's Pick: Lauren Schneiderman

Photojournalism Single Curator’s Pick: Lauren Schneiderman

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Fine Art Series Curators' Pick: Kaitlin Jencso

Fine Art Series Curators’ Pick: Kaitlin Jencso

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Fine Art Series Curators' Pick: Kaitlin Jencso

Fine Art Series Curators’ Pick: Kaitlin Jencso

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Fine Art Series Curators' Pick: Kaitlin Jencso

Fine Art Series Curators’ Pick: Kaitlin Jencso

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Fine Art Series Curators' Pick: Kaitlin Jencso

Fine Art Series Curators’ Pick: Kaitlin Jencso

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Fine Art Series Curators' Pick: Kaitlin Jencso

Fine Art Single Honorable Mention: Kaitlin Jencso

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Fine Art Series Honorable Mention: Benjamin Tankersley DC 2014

Fine Art Series Honorable Mention: Benjamin Tankersley

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Fine Art Series Honorable Mention: Benjamin Tankersley

Fine Art Series Honorable Mention: Benjamin Tankersley

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Fine Art Series Honorable Mention: Benjamin Tankersley

Fine Art Series Honorable Mention: Benjamin Tankersley

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Fine Art Series Honorable Mention: Benjamin Tankersley

Fine Art Series Honorable Mention: Benjamin Tankersley

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Fine Art Series Honorable Mention: Benjamin Tankersley

Fine Art Series Honorable Mention: Benjamin Tankersley

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Fine Art Series Honorable Mention: Benjamin Tankersley

Fine Art Series Honorable Mention: Benjamin Tankersley

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The cast of Urinetown: The Musical performs at the Marvin Center.

The residents of Urinetwon should use public facilities – restrooms – regulated by a single malevolent firm.

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Officer Lockstock, a policeman, enters and surveys the scene.

Officer Lockstock, a policeman, enters and surveys the scene.

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Little Sally laments the plight of Urinetown, the place.

Little Sally laments the plight of Urinetown, the place.

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Officer Lockstock and Little Sally.

Officer Lockstock and Little Sally.

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A contentious group in Urinetown.

A contentious group in Urinetown.

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The people of Urinetown yearn for freedom to urinate where they wish.

The individuals of Urinetown yearn for freedom to urinate the place they want.

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In Urinetown, a person can be arrested for opening the public amenities for everyone.

In Urinetown, an individual might be arrested for opening the general public facilities for everybody.

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Amid the people, a hero decides he's had enough, and plans a revolution to lead them all to freedom!

Amid the individuals, a hero decides he is had sufficient, and plans a revolution to lead all of them to freedom!

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A tender moment in Urinetown.

A young second in Urinetown.

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Caldwell B. Cladwell, the president of the UGC and resident villain.

Caldwell B. Cladwell, the president of the UGC and resident villain.

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In Urinetown, using the bushes to relieve yourself  is illegal.

In Urinetown, utilizing the bushes to relieve your self is prohibited.

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Urinetown: The Musical

It seems that regardless of being tyrannical, the Urine Good Company’s strategies did successfully regulate water consumption.

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Jack-o’-Lit: Literary Pumpkin Carving with Faculty and Librarians

Pumpkin carving is in full swing through the “Jack-o’-Lit” pageant on Kogan Plaza final Tuesday afternoon. Participants have been inspired to costume as their favourite literary or classical character.

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Jack-o’-Lit: Literary Pumpkin Carving with Faculty and Librarians

A pupil works on a pumpkin through the “Jack-o’-Lit” occasion. Literary themes have been inspired as topics for the festive decorations.

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Jack-o’-Lit: Literary Pumpkin Carving with Faculty and Librarians

A pupil talks about her design through the “Jack-o’-Lit” pumpkin-carving occasion.

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Jack-o’-Lit: Literary Pumpkin Carving with Faculty and Librarians

Intricate designs referred to as for particular care through the carving course of. Prizes have been awarded for greatest literary theme for the pumpkins.

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Jack-o’-Lit: Literary Pumpkin Carving with Faculty and Librarians

Is there a daunting resemblance? You be the choose.

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Jack-o’-Lit: Literary Pumpkin Carving with Faculty and Librarians

Some of the carvers wearing costume for the occasion.

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Jack-o’-Lit: Literary Pumpkin Carving with Faculty and Librarians

Finished pumpkins are organized for judging and admiration through the occasion on Kogan Plaza.

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Jack-o’-Lit: Literary Pumpkin Carving with Faculty and Librarians

Jack-o’-Lanterns carved from pumpkins might be actually scary, even for different pumpkins.

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Jack-o’-Lit: Literary Pumpkin Carving with Faculty and Librarians

Final outcomes are judged for the pleasant competitors.

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Jack-o’-Lit: Literary Pumpkin Carving with Faculty and Librarians

Contestants check out their competitors prizes from the “Jack-o-Lit” pumpkin occasion.

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Jack-o’-Lit: Literary Pumpkin Carving with Faculty and Librarians

Mehreen Arif, who garnered high general pumpkin, proudly shows her Shakespearian effort.

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Jack-o’-Lit: Literary Pumpkin Carving with Faculty and Librarians

The remainder of the winners of the “Jack-o’-Lit” carving competitors show their completed work.

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Food Day 2014

Eddie Richards talks with a college students concerning the 4 types of apples from his household’s Middletown, Va. farm that have been obtainable at Apple Day on Kogan Plaza. The Richards Fruit Market had a full show of pumpkins, apples, cider and different produce this 12 months. The farm was stared in 1878.

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Food Day 2014

Urban Food Task Force (UFTF) Chair Diane Knapp and Co-chair Dawnita Altieri pose with Ruffles the canine for a photograph beside the statue of college namesake George Washington on Food Day. The festivities have been part of per week of actions hosted by UFTF.

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Food Day 2014

Sodexo and Whole Foods additionally had produce obtainable for college kids, college and workers for Apple Day on Friday. Jess Carlin, the Whole Foods Market advertising and communications group chief, stated that the native grocery retailer donated 20 instances of apples.

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Food Day 2014

Jess Pitocco (pictured) a freshman within the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences was excited to decide up free apples on the occasion. She stated it may be tough to keep wholesome as a result of it takes dedication.

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Food Day 2014

George Washington President Steven Knapp visited the honest together with his daughter and granddaughter.

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Food Day 2014

Students have been keen to decide up contemporary produce. Tom Magnan, a freshman within the School of Engineering and Applied Science, stated that rising up in Vermont, he and his household usually went apple choosing.

“I like crisp apples,” he stated. “The hard ones where, when you bite it, half of it comes off.”

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Apple Day 2014

Apple Day is a GW custom that encourages members of the college neighborhood to incorporate contemporary produce into their eating regimen.

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Food Day 2014

Last Thursday, Laurie David, producer of “Fed Up,” a documentary concerning the U.S. meals system spoke at a screening of the movie. The Food Day occasion gave college students the chance to talk about the movie with Ms. David, the Oscar-winning producer of “An Inconvenient Truth.” Director of the School of Media and Public Affairs Frank Sesno moderated the

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Food Day 2014

The festivities got here to shut on Friday afternoon. School of Media and Public Affairs freshman Aishvarya Kavi stated she had a good time attending Apple Day for the primary time. “I try to eat a lot of fresh food and drink water,” she stated. “It’s important and I feel more ‘ready to go’ when I do.”

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Vern Harvest

Students and households gathered on the scenic Mount Vernon Campus for the Vern Harvest on Saturday

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Vern Fest

The fall affair featured pumpkin carving and different fall treats.

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Vern Fest

Students sit with Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski at Vern Harvest.

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Seth Meyers

During a headlining efficiency, Seth Meyers’ quips ranged from tales of burying his brothers pet rabbit Petey to the George W. Bush presidency.

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Block Party

The crowd took to the stage to dance on the Foggy Bottom/West End Neighborhood Block Party on Sunday.

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Block Party

D.C. Councilmember Jack Evans stated that he has been working in D.C. for the reason that metropolis was struggling. Pointing to the retail and residential areas round him, he marveled at how far the town has come.

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BlockParty

George Washington President Knapp spoke with college students and fogeys on the block social gathering.

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Block Party

Associate Dean of Students Tim Miller made a headlining efficiency on the block social gathering together with his band the Tim Miller Band.

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Colonials Invasion 2

George Washington President Steven Knapp stated that GW student-athletes are “ambassadors for the university in the world,” at Colonials Invasion on Friday night.

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Colonials Invasion 1

The GW Band had the group on their ft for a rousing rending of the “GW Fight Song.”

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Colonials Invasion 3

The GW Navy Color Guard introduced the flags in the beginning of Colonials Invasion.

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Colonials Invasion 4

Army ROTC displayed the American Flag because the Voice Gospel Choir sang the National Anthem.

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Colonials Invasion 4

GW’s gymnastic group confirmed spirit by tumbling to a set of pop tunes.

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Colonials Invasion 07

The GW Cheer and First Ladies Dance groups placed on a high-energy and high-flying present for the viewers.

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Colonials Weekend 09

GW Bhangra displayed a contemporary tackle the custom Punjab people dance that they’re identified for.

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Colonials Invasion 11

Capital Funk introduced their greatest hip hop strikes to the courtroom for Colonials Invasion.

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Colonials Invasion 12

Colonial households get in on the motion on the spirit rally.

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Colonials Invasion 13

GW Cheer group members sit court-side with a Colonial-in-training

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Colonials Invasion 15

The viewers obtained free giveaways throughout Colonials Invasion.

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Colonials Invasion 17

The ladies’s basketball group took to the courtroom to present their spirit.

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Colonials Invasion 18

The annual dunk competitors was an opportunity for GW athletes to present their athletic prowess.

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The DC Vernacular Music Archive at The George Washington University invites you to attend the opening exhibit and first annual s

A customer to the “Hear in DC: Vernacular Music in the Nation’s Capital” symposium, held at George Washington University’s Gelman Library, scans the show case with memorabilia tracing DC’s musical roots.

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GW professor Kip Lornell, left, chats with Fugazi and harDCore punk pioneer Ian MacKaye, right, as panel moderator Marc Eisenber

GW professor Kip Lornell, left, chats with Fugazi and harDCore punk pioneer Ian MacKaye, proper, as panel moderator Marc Eisenberg, heart, of the DC Music Salon, seems to be on prior to the “Hear in DC” symposium.

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Moderator Marc Eisenberg kicks off the “Hear in DC: Vernacular Music in the Nation’s Capital” symposium at the Gelman Library on

Moderator Marc Eisenberg kicks off the “Hear in DC: Vernacular Music in the Nation’s Capital” symposium on the Gelman Library. With Eisenberg are panelists Andy Wallace, a founding member of the Folklore Society of Greater Washington, and Ian MacKaye.

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Dischord Records co-founder Ian MacKaye expounds on the early harDCore punk scene in the District.

Dischord Records co-founder Ian MacKaye expounds on the early harDCore punk scene within the District.

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Stephen Wade performs a traditional song on banjo during the symposium.

Stephen Wade performs a conventional tune on banjo through the symposium.

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This photo collage shows the three genres - Bluegrass/Folk, Go-Go, Hardcore/Punk - represented in the permanent display case at

This photograph collage exhibits the three genres – bluegrass/people, go-go, hardcore/punk – represented within the everlasting show case on the Gelman Library.

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The curtain rises on the opening act of Vanishing Point, an adaptation by Leslie Jacobson, who also directed the play.

The curtain rises on the opening act of Vanishing Point, an adaptation by Leslie Jacobson, who additionally directed the play.

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In a scene from Vanishing Point, Philip, played by Joshua Mason, is consoled by his father Robert, Andrew Flurer, while his moth

In a scene from Vanishing Point, Philip, performed by Joshua Mason, is consoled by his father Robert, Andrew Flurer, whereas his mom Lacey, performed by Erin Jones, seems to be on.

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Diana, played by Angelina Hoidra, reflects on her family situation growing up in South Australia.

Diana, performed by Angelina Hoidra, displays on her household scenario rising up in South Australia.

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Philip and Diana share a happier moment with their mother Lacey.

Philip and Diana share a happier second with their mom Lacey.

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As the play progresses, Diana confronts her alter ego Ana, played by Kait Haire.

As the play progresses, Diana confronts her alter ego Ana, performed by Kait Haire.

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Gran, played by Bekah Eichelberger, comforts Diana as she struggles with her self-image.

Gran, performed by Bekah Eichelberger, comforts Diana as she struggles along with her self-image.

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The Acolytes serenade Diana as her father and Ana watch from the background.

The Acolytes serenade Diana as her father and Ana watch from the background.

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Nurse, played by Jordan Kaye, gives advice to Diana as she sits with Ana.

Nurse, performed by Jordan Kaye, provides recommendation to Diana as she sits with Ana.

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Mariska, played by Alexandria Taliaferro, chats with Diana.

Mariska, performed by Alexandria Taliaferro, chats with Diana.

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Ana seethes as Diana meets a young man named Connor, played by Sam Game.

Ana seethes as Diana meets a younger man named Connor, performed by Sam Game.

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Dr. Head, played by Victoria Neiman-Vigo, talks with Diana as Ana holds her tightly.

Dr. Head, performed by Victoria Neiman-Vigo, talks with Diana as Ana holds her tightly.

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The cast of Vanishing Point gathers for the final act.

The forged of Vanishing Point gathers for the ultimate act.

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George Washington Sculpture on Kogan Plaza.

The latest addition to the George Washington University’s Kogan Plaza is a bronze sculpture depicting the primary U.S. president and college namesake sitting on a bench. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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George Washington Sculpture on Kogan Plaza.

The “George Washington Bench,” a bronze statue depicting the primary U.S. president and college namesake sitting on a bench, rests at its new dwelling on Kogan Plaza. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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George Washington Sculpture on Kogan Plaza.

A passerby stops in Kogan Plaza on the George Washington University campus to snap an image of the “George Washington Bench,” a sculpture that was not too long ago put in on the Foggy Bottom Campus. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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George Washington Sculpture on Kogan Plaza.

George Washington, as depicted by artist Gary Lee Price, seems to be over pedestrian site visitors in Kogan Plaza at some point after the “George Washington Bench” statue was put in on the Foggy Bottom Campus of the George Washington University. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

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Tucker

Before Barcroft Park, the Colonials performed their dwelling video games on the Ellipse between the Washington Monument and the White House. (Photo courtesy of Ave Tucker)

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Tucker

“Some of the followers have been my household that may come down to the video games, together with my German Shepard that I grew up with,” Tucker stated. (Photo courtesy of Ave Tucker)

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Tucker

“The Ellipse was an amazing place to play baseball. It wasn’t much of a stadium, but it had some very unique aspects,” he stated. An instance was the occasional delay brought on by the touchdown of the presidential helicopter in deep left discipline.

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Tucker

Tucker, proper, was GW’s speedy heart fielder in 1976 and 1977.

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Total Angel Moroni 2 by Joe Fish  - 842 New Hampshire Ave. NW.

Total Angel Moroni 2 by Joe Fish – 842 New Hampshire Ave. NW.

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Home Is Where the Hole Is by Christian Benefiel - 2426 I St. NW.

Home Is Where the Hole Is by Christian Benefiel – 2426 I St. NW.

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Building Aground by Rachel Schmidt - 835 25th St. NW.

Building Aground by Rachel Schmidt – 835 twenty fifth St. NW.

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Five Tap Roots by Dalya Luttwak - 809 25th St. NW.

Five Tap Roots by Dalya Luttwak – 809 twenty fifth St. NW.

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Remembering Andromeda - Mary Annella “Mimi” Frank - 824 25th St. NW.

Remembering Andromeda – Mary Annella “Mimi” Frank – 824 twenty fifth St. NW.

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Ghost 2014 by Laurel Lukaszewski - 826 25th St. NW

Ghost 2014 by Laurel Lukaszewski – 826 twenty fifth St. NW.

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Square Wave by Bill Wood - 2520 I St. NW.

Square Wave by Bill Wood – 2520 I St. NW. In the left background is CHeXOK: Terraced by Veronica Szalus – 2518 I St. NW.

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Transition by Greg Braun - 2522 I St. NW.

Transition by Greg Braun – 2522 I St. NW.

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Beebox by Leigh Maddox - 2527 I St. NW.

Beebox by Leigh Maddox – 2527 I St. NW.

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Watching Post by Graham Caldwell - 26th & I Sts. NW.

Watching Post by Graham Caldwell – twenty sixth & I Sts. NW.

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Mascara by Greg Braun - 915 26th St. NW.

Mascara by Greg Braun – 915 twenty sixth St. NW.

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In Harmony by Paul Steinkoenig - 919 26th St. NW.

In Harmony by Paul Steinkoenig – 919 twenty sixth St. NW.

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Monument by Richard Vosseller  - 925 26th St. NW.

Monument by Richard Vosseller – 925 twenty sixth St. NW.

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Garden by Elizabeth Graeber - 923 Hughes Mews NW.

Garden by Elizabeth Graeber – 923 Hughes Mews NW.

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Stone by Mariah Anne Johnson - 917 25th St. NW.

Stone by Mariah Anne Johnson – 917 twenty fifth St. NW.

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GW’s Kelsey Newman leads the celebration after a winning rally. The Colonials mounted a 3-2-comeback win over Atlantic 10 rival

GW’s Kelsey Newman leads the celebration after a successful rally. The Colonials mounted a 3-2-comeback win over Atlantic 10 rival Dayton.

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Freshman golfer Jack Porcelli eyes his ball flight after teeing off during competition at the Maryland Terrapin Invitational in

Freshman golfer Jack Porcelli eyes his ball flight after teeing off throughout competitors on the Maryland Terrapin Invitational in Rockville, MD. The University of Maryland hosts the two-day occasion.

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GW forward Kyla Ridley controls the ball during a recent match against local A-10 rival George Mason University. The Colonials d

GW ahead Kyla Ridley controls the ball throughout a latest match towards native A-10 rival George Mason University. The Colonials downed the Patriots 2-1.

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Members of the George Washington women's cross country at the start of the Salty Dog Invitational at the United States Naval Aca

Members of the George Washington ladies’s cross nation group in the beginning of the Salty Dog Invitational on the United States Naval Academy Golf Course held in September of this 12 months. The group totaled 154 factors en route to a fifth-place end out of 11 competing groups.

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GW sophomore Chidima Osuchukwu soars for a kill shot during a match against rival Rhode Island during a recent match at the Smit

GW sophomore Chidima Osuchukwu soars for a kill shot throughout a match towards rival Rhode Island throughout a latest match on the Smith Center on campus. Osuchukwu was not too long ago honored as Atlantic 10 participant of the week.

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Senior midfielder Andri Alexandersson goes high to clear the ball during action in September against St. Francis University. Ale

Senior midfielder Andri Alexandersson goes excessive to clear the ball throughout motion in September towards St. Francis University. Alexandersson and the Colonials fell to the Red Flash 2-1 on the GW soccer discipline.

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George Washington University freshman Pierce Deamer fights for possession of the ball during a water polo match with Bucknell at

George Washington University freshman Pierce Deamer fights for possession of the ball throughout a water polo match with Bucknell on the Smith Center. The Colonials misplaced to the visiting Bison 14-8.

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The George Washington University volleyball team gathers around as they prepare for a match against Atlantic 10 foe Rhode Island

The George Washington University volleyball group gathers round as they put together for a match towards Atlantic 10 foe Rhode Island on the Smith Center on campus.

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Ernesto 3

The Philippines-born chef joined the George Washington University this 12 months, following 25 years of service within the meals business.

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Ernesto 2

The government chef stated that he tastes the dishes when making an attempt a brand new recipe within the kitchen. “Everything is about adjustment,” he added.

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Ernesto 4

Mr. Pabico changed the frozen burgers with a contemporary grass-fed beef possibility, to encourage nutritious, sustainable consuming.

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Ernesto 5

Mr. Pabico labored his approach up from dishwasher, to breakfast prepare dinner, to chef all through his profession.

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Ernesto 6

Mr. Pabico stated that he tweaks the recipes based mostly on a style as a result of they’re “only a guide.”

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Ernesto 7

The toppings for the brand new burger embrace a crimson onion confit, jalapeños and sautéed mushrooms and peppers on a toasted brioche bun.

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Chef 8

Mr. Ernesto stated that his objective is to produce “the highest quality product,” attainable.

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biology

Dr. Scully went to a rural Dollar General to decide up well-liked, low-cost, accessible gadgets for college kids to analyze. “The total of this food was $150. It fits in the back of my SUV. This is easy and it’s inexpensive. This illustrate some of the challenges you have when you are trying to eat healthy but also affordably.”

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biology

Dr. Scully goals to present college students with details about biology that relates to their each day lives. Here she breaks down really useful protein consumption for women and men.

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biology

Dr. Scully explains the day’s lesson, which includes studying how to correctly learn and interpret dietary labels.

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biology

Sophomore Kavita Prakash takes notes as she breaks down components present in a bag of Doritos chips.

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biology

In addition to the category and lab instruction, college students, damaged into small teams, will work with neighborhood teams later this fall as they deal with socioeconomic points associated to eating regimen, well being and wellness. “The lab itself is focused on how we can teach the concepts of nutrition to people in the community,” stated sophomore Libby Wuller, proper.

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biology

Cost is a barrier to a more healthy eating regimen, Dr. Scully stated. “We educate ourselves throughout our entire lives for jobs where we can make money. We don’t do the same thing for our health. Changing the mindset of the country in the future regarding how we value healthy foods, and maybe also making it more affordable, would be an amazing achievement.”

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biology

Ms. Wuller, a political communication main, finds the fabric fairly related. “I think everything we’re taught in college can be applied to our everyday lives. But the connection is not always made between what we learn and how we can apply it. This is a class that does that.”

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SEH

The Science and Engineering Hall’s four-year building course of started in 2011.

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SEH

The constructing was constructed on the website of the previous University Parking Garage.

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SEH

The starting levels of building at Science and Engineering Hall.

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SEH

The starting levels of building at Science and Engineering Hall.

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SEH

In December, college directors, donors and mates of the college neighborhood celebrated the completion of the very best or high level of the undertaking’s concrete construction, a stage referred to as “topping out.”

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SEH

GW’s new, state-of-the-art Science and Engineering Hall will probably be a analysis and instructing hub within the coronary heart of Washington geared toward fostering collaborations throughout disciplines and a dynamic, hands-on studying setting.

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SEH
SEH

In September 2014, GW introduced that some college would transfer into the Science and Engineering Hall by December, prematurely of the constructing’s scheduled opening in the beginning of the spring 2015 semester.

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SEH

A lab contained in the SEH nears completion. The constructing will embrace moist and dry laboratories, collaborative instructing areas, lounges an aquatic suite and a greenhouse.

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alumni weekend

Columbian College Dean Ben Vinson III, proper, chats with Alumni Achievement Award recipient Neil Portnow, B.A. ’71.

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alumni weekend

University President Steven Knapp, left, congratulates trustee Mark R. Shenkman, M.B.A., ’67, following the dedication ceremony for Shenkman Hall.

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alumni weekend

Alumni reconnect at a GW Honors Program reception.

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alumni weekend

At a grand reunion celebration for the lessons of 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989 and 1994, alumni meet up with George and comb by way of outdated yearbooks.

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alumni weekend

GW males’s basketball coach Mike Lonergan catches up with a number of visitors on the all athletics alumni reception.

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alumni weekend

Ready to social gathering: Hall and Oates followers collect on the all-alumni kickoff reception prior to the Friday evening live performance.

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alumni weekend

Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Daryl Hall and John Oates carry out on the Smith Center.

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alumni weekend

Daryl Hall and John Oates entertain the group on the Smith Center. Floor entry to the live performance was offered out.

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9/11

GW college students, college and workers crammed the Great Hall on Thursday, honoring the practically 3,000 individuals who died 13 years in the past through the 9/11 assaults, together with 9 GW alumni.

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9/11

Provost Steven Lerman addresses the group at Thursday’s vigil. “It is just acceptable that our neighborhood gathers every year to replicate on that horrible tragedy that struck our nation,” he stated.

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9/11

More than 100 individuals attended the remembrance vigil.

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9/11

Michael Massaroli, a junior on the George Washington University, displays on the dozen-plus years which have handed since 9/11. Mr. Massaroli’s father was killed through the 9/11 terrorist assaults.

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9/11

Student Association Executive Vice President Bossov, Vice Admiral (retired) Mel Williams, George Washington President Steven Knapp and Executive Director for Alumni Relations Karen White pay tribute to the 9 GW alumni who died on 9/11 throughout a ceremony on Thursday morning.

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9/11

President Steven Knapp Executive Director for Alumni Relations Karen White and pay tribute to the 9 GW alumni who died on 9/11 throughout a wreath-laying ceremony in Kogan Plaza on Thursday morning.

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9/11

Student Association Executive Vice President Bossov, Vice Admiral (retired) Mel Williams, George Washington President Steven Knapp and Director for Alumni Relations Karen White pay tribute to the 9 GW alumni who died on 9/11.

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9/11

Members of the GW neighborhood and the NROTC attended the ceremony in Kogan Plaza on Thursday morning.

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9/11

A flag positioned in Kogan Plaza pays tribute to the 9 alumni who died on 9/11.

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9/11

Flags on campus have been flown at half-staff on Thursday.

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Freshman Day of Service

Morning check-in on the Charles E. Smith Center.

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Freshman Day of Service

Site leaders show indicators of their service tasks at Freshman Convocation.

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Freshman Day of Service

Convocation kicks off with an educational procession.

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Freshman Day of Service

President Steven Knapp addresses college students in the beginning of convocation.

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Freshman Day of Service

“We see the tradition of service as very much a part of the vision out of which our university was created when George Washington imagined a university that would be located right where we are now, in the heart of the nation’s capital,” Dr. Knapp stated.

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Freshman Day of Service

Provost Steven Lerman addresses the group in the beginning of convocation.

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Freshman Day of Service

GW college students lead a rendition of the college alma mater.

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Freshman Day of Service

Freshman Convocation continues.

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Freshman Day of Service

My Good Deed co-founder Jay Winuk was the primary of three visitor audio system to deal with the group forward of service actions.

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Freshman Day of Service

Urban revitalization strategist Majora Carter emphasised the concept of social enterprise throughout her speech to college students. “As you work today, think of the value you place on work,” she stated. “Whose life is going to change? What benefit is created and who knows and values that benefit?”

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Freshman Day of Service

Corporation for National and Community Service CEO Wendy Spencer revved up the group with a passionate speech about neighborhood service as a everlasting a part of a well-rounded citizen chief.

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Freshman Day of Service

George leads the group in a rendition of the GW combat tune.

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Freshman Day of Service

Outside the Smith Center, college students board buses for service websites all through the D.C. metro space.

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Freshman Day of Service

At a retirement neighborhood in Northeast, Dr. Knapp, a number of college students and native residents of Ward 5 accomplished a survey of the neighborhood as a part of the town’s age-friendly initiative.

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Freshman Day of Service

Longtime D.C. resident Sheila Poole, far left, led a strolling tour of the neighborhood.

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Freshman Day of Service

Students on the age-friendly undertaking documented broken walkways, obstructed highway indicators and unlabeled pedestrian crossings through the website go to.

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Freshman Day of Service

Ms. Poole leads Councilman Kenyan McDuffie and the GW group to the North Michigan Park Recreation Center on the nook of Emerson and thirteenth Streets Northeast.

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Freshman Day of Service

GW college students take notes through the strolling tour of the neighborhood.

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Freshman Day of Service

GW college students play bingo with seniors on the Armed Forces Retirement Home.

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Freshman Day of Service

GW volunteers, together with Dr. Knapp, put together to clear up a pond on the Armed Forces Retirement Home.

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Freshman Day of Service

GW Vets President Emanuel Johnson (in crimson) and a gaggle of GW volunteers make their approach to the pond cleanup website.

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Freshman Day of Service

GW volunteers assist with sustainable farming at ECO City Farms in Maryland.

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Freshman Day of Service

Volunteers work on constructing a Hugelkultur, a raised backyard mattress, at ECO City Farms.

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Freshman Day of Service

Building the Hugelkultur includes shifting massive nurse logs, which assist present ecological facilitation to seedlings.

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Freshman Day of Service

As the logs decay, they retailer water, which then is slowly launched again into the setting, benefiting close by crops.

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Freshman Day of Service

Students at ECO City Farms additionally constructed a walkway out of woodchips.

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Freshman Day of Service

The walkway leads to a storage shed, which volunteers later painted.

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Freshman Day of Service

GW volunteers paint a storage unit at ECO City Farms.

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Freshman Day of Service

GW college students additionally put in a flooring of stones within the shed.

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62 college students within the School of Nursing’s accelerated B.S.N. program participated within the White Coat ceremony in Exploration Hall at GW’s Virginia Science and Technology campus.

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A pupil shakes the hand of School of Nursing Dean Jean Johnson.

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A pupil receives her white coat on Thursday.

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A pupil shakes the hand of School of Nursing Dean Jean Johnson.

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A pupil shakes the hand of School of Nursing Dean Jean Johnson.

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School of Nursing Dean Jean Johnson addresses college students on the White Coat ceremony. “You won’t know the impact you’ll have on people’s lives,” she advised them.

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“That’s what drew us to nursing within the first place—considering that we will make a distinction. And you possibly can,” School of Nursing Dean Jean Johnson stated.

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Students recite the ceremonial oath, pledging to “accept the duties and responsibilities that embody the nursing profession.”

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Students explore artist studios in Paris.

Students discover artist studios in Paris.

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The class enjoys a talk with performers from Théâtre de la Ville.

The class enjoys a chat with performers from Théâtre de la Ville.

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A visit to the Louvre.

A go to to the Louvre.

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Monet's gardens in Giverny.

Monet’s gardens in Giverny.

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Professor Leslie Jacobson dances with young South Africans in the Bokamoso Youth Center.

Professor Leslie Jacobson dances with younger South Africans as a part of a GW artwork remedy class.

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Professor Tally Tripp helps paint a mural at the Bokamoso Youth Center.

Professor Tally Tripp helps paint a mural on the Bokamoso Youth Center.

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Students and young South Africans paint a mural for the Bokamoso Youth Center.

The murals advised the story of what “Bokamoso,” a phrase that interprets to “future,” means for college kids.

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Bokamoso staff apply plaster to a wall to get it ready for mural painting.

Bokamoso workers apply plaster to a wall to get it prepared for mural portray.

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Senior Floyd Jones, Leslie Jacobson and senior Victoria Neiman-Vigo at the highest point in South Africa's Pilanesburg Game Pres

Senior Floyd Jones, Leslie Jacobson and senior Victoria Neiman-Vigo on the highest level in South Africa’s Pilanesburg Game Preserve.

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Students and young South Africans paint murals for the Bokamoso Youth Center.

Students and younger South Africans paint murals for the Bokamoso Youth Center.

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Professors Clay Warren and Nils Olsen (left to right) led “Communication, Decision-Making, and Innovation: The Special Case of D

Professors Clay Warren and Nils Olsen (left to proper) led “Communication, Decision-Making, and Innovation: The Special Case of Denmark.”

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During the “Communication, Decision-Making, and Innovation: The Special Case of Denmark

During the “Communication, Decision-Making, and Innovation: The Special Case of Denmark” course, college students visited Art Rebels, a advertising, visible media and design agency.

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Professor Tally Tripp helps paint a mural at the Bokamoso Youth Center.

Professor Tally Tripp helps paint a mural on the Bokamoso Youth Center in South Africa.

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Professor Leslie Jacobson dances with young South Africans as part of a GW art therapy class.

Professor Leslie Jacobson dances with younger South Africans as a part of a GW artwork remedy class.

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Senior Floyd Jones, Leslie Jacobson and senior Victoria Neiman-Vigo at the highest point in South Africa's Pilanesburg Game Pres

Senior Floyd Jones, Leslie Jacobson and senior Victoria Neiman-Vigo on the highest level in South Africa’s Pilanesburg Game Preserve.

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Bokamoso staff apply plaster to a wall to get it ready for mural painting.

Bokamoso workers in South Africa apply plaster to a wall to get it prepared for mural portray.

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Students in Paris enjoy a talk with performers from Théâtre de la Ville.

Students in Paris get pleasure from a chat with performers from Théâtre de la Ville.

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A portrait of an International Rescue Committee (IRC) neighborhood employee educated in gender-based violence response and prevention. GWI has partnered with the IRC to produce new information across the prevalence, drivers and causes of violence towards ladies in battle areas. (Photo credit score: Mary Ellsberg)

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A portrait of an International Rescue Committee (IRC) neighborhood employee educated in gender-based violence response and prevention. In Juba, South Sudan, Global Women’s Institute Director Mary Ellsberg met with IRC workers members, native and nationwide authorities, members of girls’s rights NGOs and neighborhood staff to map out a plan for his or her future

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Juba is the capital and largest metropolis in South Sudan. (Photo credit score: Mary Ellsberg)

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A resident of Juba. (Photo credit score: Mary Ellsberg)

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Global Women’s Institute Director Mary Ellsberg speaks throughout a planning and feasibility assembly in Juba. (Photo credit score: Mary Ellsberg)

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A portrait of an International Rescue Committee (IRC) neighborhood staff educated in gender-based violence response and prevention. (Photo credit score: Mary Ellsberg)

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Residents of Juba, South Sudan. (Photo credit score: Mary Ellsberg)

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GWI Director Mary Ellsberg interviews neighborhood leaders who perform gender-based violence prevention and respons