2015 Commencement Speaker Apple CEO Tim Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook to Deliver Commencement Address

Anthony Fauci and Carole Watson to receive honorary degrees at May 17 ceremony.


GW Policy Still Prohibits Marijuana Use

February 27, 2015

D.C. law legalizing possession of small amounts of the drug does not impact university ban.

GW Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Agua Caliente Band Of Cahuilla Indians

February 27, 2015

Fellowship will support Native American students studying, living and working in D.C.

Brian Cuban Recounts Battle With Eating Disorders and Addiction

February 27, 2015

The author and activist tells GW students “empathy” is the best tool to offer friends who are struggling with body image.

How Do You Start A College Football Program?

February 25, 2015

School of Business class examines the risks, rewards and challenges of launching the sport.

News in Brief

Obama’s Cybersecurity Initiative Is a Good Start, But…

Frank Cilluffo, director of the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, and Sharon Cardash, associate director of the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, coauthor a piece on the need for private businesses to do more to deter cybercrimes.

Read the full article in The Conversation

GW Team Wins National Moot Court Competition

A team from GW Law won the 2015 National Moot Court Competition hosted by the New York City Bar Association, defeating a team from Georgetown University in the final round.

Read the full article from GW Today

‘Healing Wars’ Nominated for 2015 Helen Hayes Award

The theatrical dance piece, choreographed by Liz Lerman and starring Bill Pullman, gathered nominations in several categories. The production, commissioned by George Washington University, is part of the National Civil War Project.

Read the full list of nominees in The Washington Post

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GW Students Join Meet the Press Host Chuck Todd for Live Twitter Q & A

NBC’s political director enlists Graduate School of Political Management students for social media experiment during Sunday broadcast.

Kirsten Dimovitz

‘People Don’t Want to Talk About It’

In the fight against sexual assault, the first challenge is having the conversation.

Five GW Resources to Help Students Find Summer Internships

Five GW Resources to Help Students Find Summer Internships

Career and Internship Fair, new internship course, changed credit policy available for students.

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And the Oscar Goes To…

George Washington University community shares thoughts on the best movie of the year.

Justices Ginsburg and Scalia: An Unlikely Bond

Justices Ginsburg and Scalia: An Unlikely Bond

The two justices put their friendship on display at the George Washington’s Lisner Auditorium.


Sam Corum, B.F.A. ’12, Finds a Narrative for Ferguson

The Corcoran alumnus took his camera right to the scene in Missouri.