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WRGW News at 6 on April 25, 2014 by Wrgw_News on Mixcloud

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During the 1999 civil war in the Balkans, Serbian forces invaded and tried to seize the territory in Kosovo. NATO…

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WRGW News at 6 on April 4, 2014 by Wrgw_News on Mixcloud

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Have you wondered why the lights in Kogan Plaza are now blue? The answer comes from The AND Initiative for…

By Emma Thomson  

March 28, 2014 WRGW News at 6 by Wrgw_News on Mixcloud

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WRGW News Interview with Charles Krauthammer by Wrgw_News on Mixcloud

By Emma Thomson  

WRGW News at 6 on March 28, 2014 by Wrgw_News on Mixcloud

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The Washington area is home to some of the most powerful and influential people in international politics. On Thursday evening,…

By Emma Thomson  

WRGW News at 6 on Feb. 28, 2014 by Wrgw_News on Mixcloud

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On Tuesday, the George Washington University School of Business held its first lecture in what is to become an annual…

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WRGW News at 6 on Feb. 21, 2014 by Wrgw_News on Mixcloud

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On Friday,  Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Martha Finnemore sat down to a catered luncheon with Elliott School…

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On Thursday, the Elliot School of International Affairs hosted Dr. Graham T. Allison to discuss the Nuclear Security Summit in…

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Students gathered Thursday to discuss diversity at GW. The university chapter of The National Council of Negro Women, the Black…

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In the age of iPhones and Google Maps, an ordinary campus map isn’t going to cut it anymore in the…

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Millennials are known to stress about graduating, getting jobs and adult life. GW’s Center for Student Engagement hopes to alleviate…