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Other Fall Features
Letter of the Law
One-hundred-fifty years ago this October, GW Law—the oldest law school in the nation's capital—opened its doors. See the flyer that started it all.
Louis Bayard, adjunct professor of fiction writing, chronicles President Theodore Roosevelt's Brazilian travels in Adrift Once More on a River of Doubt.
Toying With Reality
Wherever alumna Nancy Breslin goes, her pinhole camera follows. The little vintage box often sits inconspicuously on restaurant tables or windowsills, its aperture recording a softened version of everyday moments.
How to Wrap a Gift
Wrapping a gift can be hard, especially the part where you fold the sides into neat, tidy triangles. Celena Gill, MA '99, CERT '04, who runs the D.C. metro area-based Celena Gill Lifestyle Consulting, can help.