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Patricia Sikorski and Linda Kusner

Putting a Value on Postdocs

A keynote address on the state of postdocs started the daylong events celebrating postdocs and their work.

Michael Freedman

In Memoriam: Michael Freedman

The award-winning journalist served as GW vice president of communications and professor, an executive at UPI and CBS News, and president of the National Press Club.

Thomas Zamroz (B.A. Music 23) and Kevin Darmadi perform at NEXT Festival 2023

GW’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design and the National Gallery of Art Collaborate on New Home for Emerging Art and Education

First major programmatic partnership between the National Gallery and a university to provide immersive learning opportunities for students

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Facebook's Design Makes It Unable to Control Misinformation

In a new study, researchers analyze the world’s largest social media platform and its efforts to remove COVID-19 vaccine misinformation during the pandemic.

Six members of the GW community cut a ribbon to open Chaat House

Indian-Inspired Chaat House Opens in University Student Center

The concept restaurant is part of GW’s multi-year transformative dining plan to enhance the student experience.

GWPD Forum for staff in September 2023.

GW Hosts Conversations with Staff and Students on Arming GWPD Supervisors

GWPD Chief James D. Tate answered questions from the university community about arming specially trained supervisory officers.

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Boxing through Life's Challenges: The Inspirational Journey of Jatin Nayyar

The GWSB senior shares his journey living with Tourette syndrome to advocate for mental health and disabilities.

National Voter Registration Day at GW

GW Students Prepare for National Elections

National Voter Registration Day helped students learn the steps they need to participate as voters in upcoming elections.

Shana Tovah

Reflections on Jewish High Holidays

Members of the GW Jewish community shared their thoughts and good wishes on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

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Cory Booker to Visit GW for Discussion on Political Divide in America

The New Jersey senator will share his thoughts on what is in store for the future of democracy in the United States with the GW community in the launch of The Sesno Series.