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Corcoran Graduate Students Share NEXT Projects

April 29, 2015
Tonight's opening reception will celebrate the final thesis works of 63 M.A. candidates.
Corcoran Books

Corcoran Books That Wax Poetic

April 29, 2015
Brady Art Gallery’s new display of artists’ books celebrates National Poetry Month.
Archies 2015

Stories of LGBT, Chicano and Religious Communities Uncovered in GW Archives

April 29, 2015
2015 University Archives Diversity Research Fellows decode missing history.

Loudoun County Students Explore STEM Careers at GW

April 29, 2015
The Virginia Science and Technology Campus hosts 130 high school students for ninth annual event.

‘Seven’ Recounts Women’s Stories of Horror and Heroism

April 29, 2015
D.C. personalities perform the internationally acclaimed play at GW.
Yuta Watanabe, Kevin Larsen

GW Basketball Holds Court at the White House

April 28, 2015
Yuta Watanabe, Kevin Larsen, Coach Mike Lonergan among those at state visit of Japanese prime minister.
Marianna Sotomayor

SMPA Senior Attends White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner

April 27, 2015
Marianna Sotomayor met the president and first lady after receiving inaugural GW-WHCA scholarship.
Eleanor Holmes Norton, pictured here at Martin Luther King Day of Service at GW,

Title IX Coordinators Search for ‘Realistic Remedies’ to Campus Sexual Assault

April 27, 2015
Panel held at American University includes U.S. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton.

Insights From Washington Post Live ‘Executive Actions’ Event

April 27, 2015
CEOs of HBO, KPMG, Johnson Publishing, Siemens USA and MGM Resorts say diversity will drive the digital economy.

Preservation Review Board Designates Corcoran Building’s Interior as Historic

April 27, 2015
Landmark status applies to large portions of the 17th Street building’s first and second floors.
Sheldon Whitehouse

GW Students for Recovery Host First ‘Raise High for Recovery’ Day

April 27, 2015
Experts, allies and advocates strategize the future of collegiate recovery.
Natalia Trayanova

This Engineer Can Design Your Virtual Heart

April 27, 2015
At the 2015 Frank Howard Lecture, Johns Hopkins Professor Natalia Trayanova discusses how personalized computer models can save lives.

Eric Cantor Headlines GW’s Wall Street Symposium

April 27, 2015
Sixth annual New York event featured a conversation between the former House majority leader and Emmy Award-winning reporter Tara Rosenblum.
Sarah Binder

Professor Sarah Binder Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

April 26, 2015
Honorary society will induct GW political science professor and Brookings Institution senior fellow in the fall.

‘Bullets and Chocolate’ on the Lighter Side

April 26, 2015
Mexican-American musician Lila Downs brings her new album to Lisner Auditorium Friday.