Wendy Aluoch, a third-year law student at GW, has a seemingly simple goal: to make a difference.
“Medicine is not just a career choice; it is a calling,” says Dalya Elhady, MD ’15.
“If GW’s philosophy department performs well,” says Marie Sansone, BA ’78, “then its actions will impact all areas of human endeavor.”
During this spring’s annual Power & Promise event, two scholarship recipients met their donors for the first time. We captured these rare first moments on video during the event.
Grace Lau, MBA ’76, is an inspiring example of what is possible with hard work and discipline, but she also knows that “education is a game changer at all levels.”
When Eugene Sweeney wrote “Buff and Blue” in 1924, it was to cheer GW’s varsity football team to victory.
How people interpret art, what they are feeling when they view it, and how they move through a collection—these are just some of the questions that fascinate Bryan Hilley.
“GW is for the self-directed student; the student who knows what he or she wants and is willing to take responsibility for getting it,” says Jerry Tinianow, BA ’77, JD ’80.