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GW in the News

Recent Headlines

The Washington Post featured GW’s tourism administration program and quoted Kristin Lamoureux, assistant research professor of tourism, and Jason Kreiselman, student in the tourism administration program, in the article “D.C.’s diversity gives grad programs in tourism and hospitality an edge," by Beth Luberecki.

The New York Times quoted William Youmans, assistant professor of media and public affairs, in the article “In Gaza, Epithets Are Fired and Euphemisms Give Shelter,” by Jodi Rudoren.

The Los Angeles Times quoted Ira Lupu, F. Elwood and Eleanor Davis Professor Emeritus of Law, and Robert Tuttle, professor of law and religion and D.R. and S. Kirschner Berz Research Professor of Law,  in the article “Law firm in Hobby Lobby win is playing key role in religious cases,” by Rebecca Bratek.

“BackStory,” heard on NPR, spoke to Jamie Cohen-Cole, assistant professor of American studies, about the history of mental illness in America (audio).

In The Hill, Tara Sonenshine, adjunct professor of media and public affairs, authored the article “Bordering on surreal – live images of war.”