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Welcome Back GW!

Winter break was well needed and now as the Spring semester starts and we walk into a new decade remember to start off strong and think about what you can do to have a positive impact on those around you.

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’”

             – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

While you’re getting back into the swing of classes don’t forget to check out the events lined up next week for King Week as we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

King Week Line Up

Monday, January 20th

MLK Day of Service

Lisner Auditorium | 11am


Tuesday, January 21st

Celebrating Our Diversity in Engineering

Science and Engineering Hall | All Day

Book Launch and Lecture: Race

Elliott School of International Affairs Room 505 | 4pm

Leveraging Privilege: Respect & Reflection

District House B206 | 5pm

A Decolonial Dialogue

Funger Hall Room 103 | 7pm


Thursday, January 23rd

Our Public Health Issue: Immigration Policies and Detention Centers

Ross Hall 117 | Noon – 1 pm

Adjusting the Lens: A Screening and Discussion of James Baldwin’s I Am Not Your Negro

Marvin Center Room Amphitheater | 6:30pm

Friday, January 24th

“You people are too sensitive” – The Weight of Words and How to Use Them as a Tool of Empowerment

District House B114 | 12:30pm-3pm


For a full list of the activities planned for King Week check out this link.





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