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University Releases Annual Safety and Security Report

Reported sexual assaults and drug law violations were down across the university in 2015.

HEADLINES

Racial Bias and Community Investment Discussed at GW Policing Forum

September 30, 2016

Stakeholders said bias training and national policing standards are needed to build bridges between law enforcement and African American communities.

GW Names Maurice Joseph Interim Head Coach of Men’s Basketball

September 27, 2016

Mr. Joseph has been on the GW staff for five seasons.

Q & A: What to Expect from the Presidential Debate

September 26, 2016

Political Management Program deputy director says candidates need to show poise, positivity.

Journey Through Ancient Edo with Brady Art Gallery’s New Exhibition

September 26, 2016

“Along the Eastern Road: Hiroshige's Fifty-Three Stations” showcases Japanese artist Utagawa Hiroshige's woodblock prints.

#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

Watch the highly anticipated presidential debates with SMPA experts, hear about the university museum’s textile library and celebrate Latin@ Heritage Month with ongoing MSSC events.

 

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GW Law Professor Brad Clark and Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

Elena Kagan: ‘Every Case is Consequential’

Supreme Court justice visits Lisner Auditorium for Constitution Day.

Video by GW Marketing and Creative Services.

District House Opens for Move-In

As students return to school this week, some will unpack their bags in GW’s newest residence hall.

The page from William MacLeod's journal headed "Attempt to assassinate President Garfield!"

A Glimpse of History in First Person

More than 2,000 boxes from the Corcoran Gallery archives arrive at Gelman Library.

election night

GW Named Most Politically Active Campus for Fourth Consecutive Year

The Princeton Review determined GW students are the most politically active college students in the U.S.

District House, which opened Saturday, will host five fast-casual restaurants. (GW Today file photo)

Dining Changes Offer Variety, Flexibility for Students

Dining partners offer fresh, healthy options.

Program on Extremism Director Lorenzo Vidino. (GW Today file photo)

Program on Extremism Expands Research, Expertise

Director Lorenzo Vidino discusses ongoing research and expansion of expertise on radicalization.