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Protecting the Right to Vote Is ‘the Most Important Fight of Our Times’

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke about the need to guarantee fair and secure elections during an event held at GW.


GWSB, Budget Updates Presented at Faculty Senate

September 16, 2019

Leadership also urged faculty to be involved in this year’s work developing the new strategic plan.

Legal Experts Discuss the Upcoming Supreme Court Term

September 16, 2019

A panel hosted by GW Law said abortion, immigration, gun laws and LGBTQ rights will be on the court’s docket.

GSEHD Course Provides Window into Education for Immigrant Populations

September 09, 2019

Students went to Germany to study its integration of migrants and refugees into higher education, jobs and society.


#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

Show your school spirit at Colonials Weekend. Plus novelist Rick Riordan, the Kennedy Center’s new arts campus, free tickets for Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton and more.


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Campus Life 101

A new series from GW Today that offers tips on the basics of navigating life at college from staying safe to adjusting to college academics and managing stress.


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Getting to Know the DMV

The DMV—the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia—is home to broad, diverse communities and neighborhoods that offer history, good eats, parks and waterfronts—much of it a quick Metro ride away. 


News in Brief

Editor of History News Network at GW Discusses Political Fear Tactics

Kyla Sommers said conservative politicians use segregationist tactics to invoke fear of urban cities and rally white voters.

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GW Alumni Co-found Studio Space for New York’s Emerging Artists

Cory Silverstein and Joshua Pulman’s Silver Art Project will allow emerging artists to compete for a place in a spacious studio with panoramic views in lower Manhattan.

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GW Institute of Public Policy Visiting Scholar Talks About the Social Effects of TV

Jonathan Rothwell said the quality of shows people watch can shape the way they think, their political preferences and their cognitive ability.

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Two GW M.B.A. Candidates Named ‘Business Leaders of Tomorrow’

Yana Kalashnyk and Adedapo Laditan were recognized among the nation’s top online M.B.A. students by Online MBA Report.

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Editor's Picks

GW has completed more than 150 projects on Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses with more than 450 projects upcoming

New Campus Enhancements Prioritize Community, Health, Safety

After a $10 million investment this summer, the university has so far completed hundreds of projects that will improve the student, faculty and staff experience.

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U.S. News Rankings Show Increases, Decreases for GW

Rankings, which change from year to year, are one of many ways to determine whether a university is the right fit, officials said.

GW Today’s Fall 2019 Guide to the Arts

GW Today’s Fall 2019 Guide to the Arts

The George Washington University will play host this fall to artists, musicians, authors and cultural figures, including Michelle Wolf and Michael Che, José Andrés, Greta

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New Website to Connect Students with Research Opportunities

Students can use GW Student Research Commons to find research positions and other opportunities across disciplines.


Novel Mapping Model Tracks How Hate Spreads and Adapts Online

A team of GW researchers studying hate on social media outlined the challenges to dismantling online hate groups worldwide in a new paper.

M.L. “Cissy” Petty Named Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students

The new position elevates students’ voices as part of the university’s commitment to improve the student experience.