GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.


GW Researcher Explains How Seven Spiders Spin Webs of Entrapment

October 30, 2015

Spiders are hunters, architects, super sleuths—more than just “creepy crawlers.”

Dr. Wu

Looking to Silence the Voices of Schizophrenia

October 29, 2015
Psychology Professor Guangying Wu uses lasers, ultrasound and mice in his search to finally quiet the phantom voices in the minds of schizophrenics.
GW  junior MacKenzie Cowley embraces teammates after the Colonials win. (Photo/GW Athletics)

Women’s Soccer Team Wins Atlantic 10 Title

October 29, 2015
Regular season championship is first for Colonials in 10 years.
Ron and Joy Paul

Kidney Center to Launch at GW Hospital

October 28, 2015
Announcement of Ron & Joy Paul Kidney Center made by School of Medicine and Health Sciences, GW Medical Faculty Associates and GW Hospital.
The Case of Leo Frank

The Case of Leo Frank

October 28, 2015
One hundred years after Mr. Frank’s lynching, experts on the case discuss details of his conviction and death at the hands of a Georgia mob.
CIA Director John Brennan. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

CIA Director: Possibility of a Cyber Attack ‘Worries Me at Night’

October 28, 2015
21st-century challenges take center stage at conference on ethos and profession of intelligence.
School of Nursing

School of Nursing Cuts the Ribbon on New Simulation Lab

October 28, 2015
Opening of facility on Virginia Science and Technology Campus is part of school’s fifth anniversary celebration.
The "Dance of Death" woodcut from 1493, attributed to Michael Wolgemut, suggests that

Delight of the Living Dead

October 28, 2015
GW expert on monster theory says the fiends that bewitch us can provide commentary on the way we live.
Julian Castro

HUD Secretary Talks About Millennial Home Ownership

October 28, 2015
Julián Castro touts Federal Housing Administration measures at event hosted by GW.

Nancy Pelosi: Hillary Clinton Is ‘Best Prepared’ to Enter the Oval Office

October 28, 2015
GW School of Media and Public Affairs hosts the House minority leader on the heels of congressional budget agreement meeting.

Three Take-Aways from the Smithsonian’s Food History Roundtable

October 26, 2015
GW sustainability expert Kathleen Merrigan weighs in on the human cost of innovation in farming.
Mike Dilbeck

GW Students Encouraged to ‘Be Wiser’ about Their Health

October 26, 2015

Health Promotion and Prevention Services invites “Courageous Leadership” speaker Mike Dilbeck to headline week of events.

Players run through University Yard, watched by official referees. (Zach Marin/GW Today)

'Red Light, Green Light' Game Puts Focus on Consent

October 26, 2015
Fraternity-organized game aimed to amplify conversation on sexual assault prevention.
VSTC Library

Library Open 24/7 at Virginia Science and Technology Campus

October 26, 2015
Increased access begins today for students, faculty and staff.
national Building museum

A Haunting Presence in Empty Spaces

October 26, 2015
The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery’s latest photography exhibition will creep you out in time for Halloween.