Kip

Kip Lornell Contributes to Grammy-Winning Paramount Records Project

March 04, 2015

Music professor’s writing appears on historical compilation of black artists released by Jack White.

Corcoran

Third-Year Corcoran Students Showcase Work in ‘Menagerie’

March 04, 2015

Photography exhibition on view this week at 17th Street building’s White Walls.

Peace Corps

Students Make Global Connections at GW Peace Corps Day

March 04, 2015

Return volunteers share stories and advice with potential applicants.

MindFluctuations

Lisner Turns Toward Dance This Season

March 02, 2015

Three new shows include Maida Withers’ ‘MindFluctuations,’ tango showcase and performance by Jessica Lang Dance.

Luminaries

A Look Into Brady Art Gallery’s ‘Luminaries’

February 25, 2015

Highlights from the new show include Warhol prints, Botero painting and Corcoran portrait.

Dr. Philip Morgan

George Washington’s Tangled Relationship With Slavery

February 23, 2015

Annual lecture during namesake’s birthday celebration sheds light on his ties to the topic.

Trending Today

And the Oscar Goes To…

February 18, 2015

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

Bokamoso

University Hosts South African Student Performers

February 04, 2015
Bokamoso youth from Winterveld spend one week living at GW and rehearsing for show at Betts Theatre.
Seavey

Nina Seavey‘s ‘Parables of War’ Film Screens on Campus

January 21, 2015

Documentary chronicles “Healing Wars,” a performance commissioned as part of Civil War Project.

Saudade.

Corcoran Alumna Wins College Photographer of the Year Award

January 12, 2015

Tracy Eustaquio, B.F.A. ’14, recognized for her interpretive project, “Saudade.”

Roth

Painter Susan Roth’s First Solo Show in 24 Years Displayed at GW

December 29, 2014

“Form, Frame, Fold” will be on view at the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery until Jan. 30.

Fall 2014

GW Today’s Top 15 Stories of the Semester

December 17, 2014

The visit to the George Washington University of President Obama and Stephen Colbert leads the list of Fall 2014's most popular stories.

Mariana Rivera

Corcoran Student Explores Latin Identity through Photography

December 03, 2014

Junior Mariana Rivera curated the Mexican Cultural Institute’s newest exhibition on individuality, technology.

Dana Tai

Dancing the Dream

December 01, 2014

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

Mapathon

GW Helps Fill in ‘Missing Maps’

November 24, 2014

Humanitarian Mapping Society organizes event to support Red Cross efforts to learn more about remote parts of the world.

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