GW Today Archives

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Intelligence chiefs

Security Chiefs Discuss National Security and Public Trust at CIA Forum

September 21, 2016
CIA Director John Brennan co-hosted the agency’s third public conference on national security featuring leaders from Great Britain, Afghanistan and Australia.
Colonials Weekend a capella group

Preparations Underway for Colonials Weekend 2016

September 20, 2016
More than 50 events for GW community to celebrate university pride.
Young Turks on Fusion

‘The Young Turks on Fusion’ to Broadcast Live from GW

September 19, 2016
Standby tickets still available for GW community.
GW Banner

GW Releases Results of Unwanted Sexual Behavior Climate Survey

September 19, 2016
Responses will help focus programming options.
GW Law Professor Brad Clark and Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

Elena Kagan: ‘Every Case is Consequential’

September 19, 2016
Supreme Court justice visits Lisner Auditorium for Constitution Day.
The Store is stocked with staples and fresh produce. (William Atkins/GW Today)

Student-Run Food Pantry to Open at GW

September 19, 2016
The Store will provide food options for students in need.
GW Balance

GW Ballet Dancers Recreate 1961 Photo on National Mall

September 19, 2016
Student dancers posed in front of the Reflecting Pool to put a modern twist on a vintage photo.
Affordable housing units in Foggy Bottom

New Affordable Housing Option Coming to Foggy Bottom

September 19, 2016
Seven units will be available on F Street NW in the coming months.
W Street House

University Sells W Street House, Proceeds to Fund Financial Aid

September 16, 2016
Property sells for $1.725 million.

A Look into GW’s Art Collection: Benjamin Franklin Bust

September 15, 2016
A very unique ride may have brought an 18th-century sculpture to the university.
Presidential search town halls

University Community Provides Feedback in Presidential Search Town Halls

September 15, 2016
Board of Trustees hosts 11 town halls to hear from students, faculty, staff and alumni.
indigo Peru

GW Researcher Identifies Oldest Textile Dyed Indigo

September 14, 2016
The indigo-blue cloth found in Peru was determined to be 6,200 years old.
chemicals in dust

Potentially Harmful Chemicals Common in Household Dust

September 14, 2016
A GW study finds a mix of chemicals in dust with known or suspected health impacts. .
Chuck Todd

SMPA Panel Examines Role of the Media in 2016 Election

September 13, 2016
The discussion was led by Meet the Press moderator and former GW student Chuck Todd.
Tom Vilsack

USDA Secretary Touts Bio-Based Goods, Conservation

September 12, 2016
Tom Vilsack delivers keynote address at GW’s GreenGov Symposium.