Looking Back: GW Celebrates Ellington School Milestone

July 16, 2014

As the Duke Ellington School of the Arts turns 40, George Washington Today examines its early days as a campus arts program.

Chamber Music Jacob

GW Summer Piano & Chamber Music Institute Students Debut at Kennedy Center

July 14, 2014

Annual program pairs young hopefuls with top-flight musicians for instruction, performance and mentorship.

dean's seminars fairy tale

Columbian College Announces Fall Dean’s Seminars

July 10, 2014

Courses for first-year students focus on the fairy tale, black culture in D.C., political manipulation and more.

World War I soldier

Was World War I Avoidable?

July 08, 2014

On the 100th anniversary of the Great War onset, GW Today examines the assassination of Franz Ferdinand and the path to global conflict.

Larry Cook

Behind Larry Cook’s Lens

July 07, 2014

The photographer, M.F.A. ’12, discusses the role race and identity play in his conceptual images.

Hall and Oates

Daryl Hall and John Oates to Perform at Alumni Weekend

July 02, 2014

Music duo will play live at the Smith Center on Sept. 19.

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D.C. Through the Eyes of Public School Kids

June 30, 2014

Turning the Page nonprofit organization brings photos taken by children to Gallery 102.

summer reading

What Is GW Reading This Summer?

June 30, 2014

Top recommendations from SA President Nick Gumas, CCAS Dean Ben Vinson III, Chef José Andrés and more.

Washington and medicine

Dr. George Washington?

June 18, 2014

Not exactly, but National Library of Medicine exhibit examines how university namesake safeguarded the health of his troops, family, staff, slaves.

Paul Hurley and Keith A. Thompson perform in "Healing Wars." Photo by Teresa Wood.

Healing the Wounds of War Through Dance

June 16, 2014

GW commissions Arena Stage performance choreographed by Liz Lerman and starring Bill Pullman.

At Friday's sneak peek event, the university community got to see the new George Washington University Museum and The Textile Mu

University Gets a First Look at New Museum

June 09, 2014

Students, faculty and staff take a sneak peak of the new George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum building Friday.

Marvin Kalb

Technology, Retail Economics Are Changing Publishing

June 06, 2014

Experts weigh in at Ethics and Publishing Conference.

Maya Angelou

Paying Tribute to Maya Angelou

June 02, 2014

George Washington community shares memories of first encountering the author’s work.

New Museum

Want to Know What the New Museum Looks Like?

June 02, 2014

George Washington Today picks top features you should see at Friday’s sneak preview event.

Nikki Usher

SMPA Professor Goes Inside the New York Times

May 27, 2014

Following new book release, Nikki Usher talks about Jill Abramson, the digital age and how news is made at the New York Times.