GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.


GW Policy Still Prohibits Marijuana Use

February 27, 2015
D.C. law legalizing possession of small amounts of the drug does not impact university ban.

Buff or Blue? GW Experts Weigh in on the Dress Seen ‘Round the Internet

February 27, 2015
Scientists explain how the way we interpret light can influence how we perceive color.
Science and Engineering Hall

A Look Inside Science and Engineering Hall

February 27, 2015
Leading up to Wednesday’s grand opening, explore the spaces where GW scientists and engineers can invent, discover, teach and learn.

GW Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Agua Caliente Band Of Cahuilla Indians

February 27, 2015
Fellowship will support Native American students studying, living and working in D.C.
Brian Cuban

Brian Cuban Recounts Battle With Eating Disorders and Addiction

February 27, 2015
The author and activist tells GW students “empathy” is the best tool to offer friends who are struggling with body image.

How Do You Start A College Football Program?

February 25, 2015
School of Business class examines the risks, rewards and challenges of launching the sport.

Apple CEO Tim Cook to Deliver Commencement Address

February 25, 2015

Anthony Fauci and Carole Watson to receive honorary degrees at May 17 ceremony.

Rory Muhammad. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

George Washington University’s Title IX Coordinator

February 25, 2015
Rory Muhammad oversees compliance with the law that governs issues like sexual harassment and gender equity in sports.
Laura Porter Holds up schedule of events

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week Invites GW Students to Speak Up

February 25, 2015

Campus events include keynote speaker Brian Cuban, body image fair, free yoga and scale trashing.


A Look Into Brady Art Gallery’s ‘Luminaries’

February 25, 2015
Highlights from the new show include Warhol prints, Botero painting and Corcoran portrait.
Student Speaker

Past Student Commencement Speakers Reflect on Their Messages

February 25, 2015

Want to share your experience? Enter the Student Speaker Competition through March 2.

Student Pub

Student Publications Write GW’s Story

February 25, 2015
Creativity and commitment come together in six undergraduate student publications.
David Rehr, Tim Pawlenty

Bringing the CEO Into the Classroom

February 25, 2015

GSPM professor’s interview series becomes a learning tool for his students.


Illuminating Our Racing Hearts

February 24, 2015
GW researchers are studying the complex relationship between the body’s “fight or flight” response and deadly arrhythmias.
Dr. Philip Morgan

George Washington’s Tangled Relationship With Slavery

February 23, 2015

Annual lecture during namesake’s birthday celebration sheds light on his ties to the topic.