Colonials Win Tournament Championship in Hawaii

Junior Kevin Larsen named MVP of the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic after victory over Wichita State.


Americans Overwhelmingly Pessimistic About Economy

December 18, 2014

New GW Battleground Poll also examines 2014 campaign tactics.

Ken Burns, Katie Couric Film PBS Special at GW

December 17, 2014

Filmmaker discusses his newest project, “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies,” in front of live audience at the Milken Institute School of Public Health.

USOC Will Submit Bid to Host 2024 Olympics

December 17, 2014

Committee expects to decide between Washington, three other finalists in January.

Oxford Development Economist Sabina Alkire Joins Elliott School

December 15, 2014

Dr. Alkire comes to the university as the Oliver T. Carr Jr. Professor in International Affairs.

News in Brief

Did North Korea Really Attack Sony?

Allan Friedman, research scientist at the Cyber Security Policy Research Institute, weighs the political strategy involved in accusing North Korea of disrupting Sony’s internal email system.

Read more from The Atlantic

Where Young and Old Coexist Among the Landmarks

Historic rowhouses, an alley of snugly packed dwellings, the legendary Watergate and of course the George Washington University campus contributes to the make up of the Foggy Bottom neighborhood.

Read the full article from The Washington Post

Is the Sony Scandal the End of Email As We Know It?

Diana Burley, professor of human and organizational decries the “knee-jerk reaction” many people will have to cleanse their email in the wake of the Sony hack.

Read the full article from Bloomberg

Editor's Picks


Siemens Competition Awards High School Students $500,000 in Scholarship Funds

Event hosted at George Washington University includes commentary from NIH’s Anthony Fauci, among other science superstars.

Gift Guide

A GW Gift Guide

From bamboo bicycles to umbrellas that help build wells in Uganda, businesses run by fellow Colonials might just have the perfect thing to give—or get—this holiday season.

Dana Tai

Dancing the Dream

Through Dana Tai Soon Burgess company, sophomore Ben Sanders has embarked on a professional dance career.


2013 Siemens Competition Winners Settling in at GW

Partners from the prestigious STEM contest continue their streak of discovery as undergraduate researchers.

Diane Knapp

Diane Knapp Turns Healthy Eating into a Campaign

The Urban Food Task Force chair discusses designing a sustainable F Street House, creating a healthy food agenda and the modern food system.

Barack Obama

President Obama and Colbert Duke It Out

President discusses immigration, Keystone pipeline and steals host’s chair in "Colbert Report" segment at George Washington University.