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Debate, Dana Bash, and Danceworks: Rival Review

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Courtney Buble

Reed Westcott

4.21.17

The week in review


Clockwise from top left: Sen. Mark Warner gave keynote at the GW New Venture Competition / freshly-minted SA president Peak Sen Chua / GW Danceworks, on this weekend.
Photo credits: Courtney Buble / Reed Westcott / Eva Gustafson.


Congratulations


New Business Venture Competition
Urgent Wellness, a medical technology and community health business plan created by past and present School of Public Health students, won first place and took home $15k for their startup. Urgent Wellness reduces health costs and provides more access to care in underserved communities.

Battle of the A Cappellas
The GW Pitches took first place in this annual competition!


The week ahead


#OnlyatGW Debate
The most anticipated event of the school year is the #OnlyatGW debate. I know we throw around this hastag a lot, but this REALLY is an only at GW moment. Program Board killed it with the lineup this year. Former Press Secretary Josh Earnest will be reppin’ the Democrats and first Secretary of Homeland Secretary Tom Ridge will be rooting for the Republicans. Dana Bash, CNN chief political correspondent and a proud GW alum) will moderate (**insert fangirl screams**).

March for Science
Saturday is Earth Day and although it’s important every year, THIS year it is even more so. The March for Science is taking place on the National Mall, so we can all come together and let out our collective angst at the rollback of scientific initiatives across the country. If you love science (which, like come on, you DEFINITELY do) check it out this weekend!

This and other cool shit brought to you courtesy of science


Danceworks

Come see this showcase of performances this weekend put on by the Department of Theature and Dance. Student tickers are only $10.




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