GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Vet health

Veterans Receiving Care at Community Health Centers Up 43 Percent in Less Than 10 Years

November 14, 2016
GW researchers found that nearly nine out of 10 community health centers serve veterans, which suggests improved access for a vulnerable population.
Muriel Bowser

GW Cohosts a D.C. Diwali Celebration

November 11, 2016
The Sigur Center for Asian Studies welcomes Asian Americans for holiday festival.

Male Chimpanzees Are Bachelors, But They Can Be Good Fathers

November 10, 2016
GW researchers analyzed 25 years’ worth of behavioral data and determined male chimpanzees spend time grooming and caring for their offspring.

A Message from President Knapp

November 09, 2016

From George Washington President Steven Knapp:

GW Inaugural Ball

Tickets for GW Inaugural Ball Close to Sold Out

November 09, 2016
Limited number of tickets available; GW Today will give away two pairs of tickets through its social media accounts.
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Shock Dawns for College Democrats

November 09, 2016
Donald Trump’s unexpected presidential victory left some students reeling.
College Republicans

Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump Wins Election

November 09, 2016
One GW College Republican says Trump victory a chance "to see what kind of party we want to be."
tammy duckworth

Colonials in National Races

November 09, 2016
Tuesday marked an important day for GW alumni who won their respective Congressional races across the country.
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New Office to Coordinate Efforts to Improve Retention and Graduation

November 07, 2016
Enrollment Retention Office and campus partners will collaborate on student success strategies.
(Jessica McConnell Burt/GW Today)

A Month to Celebrate Veterans

November 07, 2016
November events include networking, immersive learning, traditional Veterans Day ceremony.
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In Her Own Words: The First Female Candidate for President

November 07, 2016

Belva Ann Lockwood made history for women as a presidential candidate and a practicing lawyer.

Bingata exhibit

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

November 06, 2016
Exhibit at the George Washington Museum and The Textile Museum charts major evolution of important Okinawan textile technique.
Allison Macfarlane

Interdisciplinary Courses in Nuclear Policy

November 04, 2016
Grant from the National Nuclear Security Administration will fund training for scientists and engineers in nuclear security policy.
Pamela Jeffries

School of Nursing Dean Honored for Outstanding Leadership

November 04, 2016
Pamela R. Jeffries was awarded the designation by the National League for Nursing.
Colonial Harvest 2016

Women’s Lacrosse Team Collects Food and Goods

November 04, 2016
Fifth Colonial Harvest provides toiletries and baskets for local families and The Store during holiday season.