GW symposium on mentoring native youth, student forum on Redskins’ nickname tackle cultural issues.

U.S. Sen. Al Franken Says Native Americans ‘Need Advocates’

November 21, 2014

GW symposium on mentoring native youth, student forum on Redskins’ nickname tackle cultural issues.

TTIP Conference

George Washington University Hosts New European Union Ambassador

November 20, 2014

Amb. David O’Sullivan discusses potential for new era of free trade between U.S., Europe.

MVC Language

International Students Bridge Cultures through Language

November 19, 2014

George Washington University celebrates International Education Week through language and cultural exchange.

D.C. Legalizes Marijuana: Now What?

November 19, 2014

Law School Professor Christopher A. Bracey discusses the future and legal implications of Initiative 71.

Robert Ford

A New Approach to ISIS? Obama Administration Reviews Strategy

November 13, 2014

Elliott School discussions with former U.S. ambassador to Syria, international affairs experts examine threat to the Middle East.

National Security Archive

Documents Reveal Soviets’ Role in the Fall of the Berlin Wall and German Unification

November 10, 2014
National Security Archive records show that Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev knew that the Iron Curtain was coming down in Hungary in the summer of 1989.

25 Years Later: The Fall of the Berlin Wall

November 10, 2014

International affairs expert examines significance of German reunification.

Mark Warner Wins Senate Race in Virginia

November 07, 2014

Ed Gillespie concedes election.

Election Day 2014

Observations From The Midterm Elections

November 05, 2014

GW politics expert breaks down a big night for the GOP.


D.C. Taxis Must ‘Innovate or Die’

November 05, 2014

As the city regulates rideshare services, taxis try to compete with uberX, Lyft and Sidecar.

Food Insecure

Do You Know Where You’ll Get Your Next Meal?

November 05, 2014

More than 10 cities enact legislation to limit food sharing, making it harder for millions to feed their families

Election, Republican and Democrat logos

5 Races to Watch on Election Day

November 03, 2014

As Republicans attempt to retake the Senate, a GW political expert identifies key states.


Four GW Students Win Awards at Chinese Speech Competition

November 03, 2014

Sixteen finalists from universities all over the region participate in Jiangsu Cup.

Ambassador Emilio Rabasa

The Mexican Constitution That Never Was

October 29, 2014

Event hosted by the George Washington University and the Organization of American States celebrates the 200th anniversary of the Constitution of Apatzingán.

Alumni Election

Eight GW Graduates Seek Another Term in Elective Office

October 22, 2014

As the midterm elections near, university political expert analyzes alumni races.