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Students Should Focus on Balance, Healthy Habits ahead of Final Exams

GW experts give students tips on how to prepare for exams with emotional, physical and mental wellness in mind.

HEADLINES

Baseball Commissioner Discusses Future of Game

December 06, 2016

Robert Manfred, Major League Baseball commissioner, joined GW community, reporters for wide-ranging discussion on labor, diversity and other issues.

New Battleground Poll Shows Jump in Donald Trump’s Image

December 06, 2016

Respondents think the president-elect will take action on Obamacare, infrastructure and taxes but won’t build a wall on the southern border.

University to Participate in National Labor Relations Board Hearing

December 05, 2016

GW opposes petition from Service Employees International Union Local 500 to unionize resident advisors.

Future in Cuba Is Unclear after Death of Fidel Castro

December 05, 2016

GW lecturer and former ambassador Lino Gutierrez discusses what the communist leader’s death means for the island and its relationship with the United States.

#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

Free films! Catch screenings of “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “The Times of Harvey Milk” and “Warrior: The Life of Leonard Peltier.” Plus, a pop-up shop and free tuxedo fittings to get you ready for the university’s Inaugural Ball, and a rare trunk show of accessories and textiles at the museum. 

 

News in Brief

GW Law Professor Reelected to Commission

Sean Murphy, GW Law Patricia Roberts Harris Research Professor of Law, was reelected to the United Nations International Law Commission.

Read more at the International Law Commission...

School of Nursing Dean Receives Leadership in Nursing Education Award

Pamela Jeffries accepted the National League for Nursing Mary Adelaide Nutting Award for Outstanding Leadership in Nursing Education last week.

Read more at the School of Nursing website

GW, joining national movement, opens a food pantry to feed students in need

"The Store" is open to students in need of free food, an issue being addressed at more and more colleges.

Read more at the Washington Post

Why U.S. taxpayers may pay most of Apple’s $14.5 billion tax bill

GW professor explains the implications of the European Commission's whopping judgment against the tech giant.

Read the story at the Washington Post

Editor's Picks

PERRY

Five Tips on Shopping Smarter This Holiday Season

GW School of Business Professor Vanessa Perry says people can save money this holiday season by planning ahead and shopping with a reliable friend.

Image: GW Gift Guide

2016 GW Gift Guide

Businesses run by GW alumni offer a variety of unique offerings, from bow ties to whimsical gift boxes, DIY gin and hand-crafted wood furniture.

Bingata exhibit

‘Bingata! Only in Okinawa’ Opens on Foggy Bottom Campus

Exhibit at the George Washington Museum and The Textile Museum charts major evolution of important Okinawan textile technique.

BERNIE SANDERS

Bernie Sanders: ‘The American People Are on Our Side’

Sen. Sanders talked about working with the Trump administration while promoting his new memoir “Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In” at GW.