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When he became President of George Washington University more than twenty years ago, few could anticipate the major impact Stephen Joel Trachtenberg would have on shaping the school and the city. He joins Kojo to reflect on the changes at GWU and in DC over the past decades and role university’s play in the life of a city.
- Stephen Joel Trachtenberg President, George Washington University
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