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GW Named Most Politically Active Campus for Fourth Consecutive Year

August 30, 2016
The Princeton Review determined GW students are the most politically active college students in the U.S.
District House, which opened Saturday, will host five fast-casual restaurants. (GW Today file photo)

Dining Changes Offer Variety, Flexibility for Students

August 29, 2016
Dining partners offer fresh, healthy options.
Program on Extremism Director Lorenzo Vidino. (GW Today file photo)

Program on Extremism Expands Research, Expertise

August 29, 2016
Director Lorenzo Vidino discusses ongoing research and expansion of expertise on radicalization.
Freshman Omarina Cabrera

GW Welcomes New Students With First Night Celebration

August 28, 2016
The class of 2020 gathered for move-in and fun on the Foggy Bottom campus Saturday.
exterior of District House

District House Opens for Move-In

August 26, 2016

As students return to school this week, some will unpack their bags in GW’s newest residence hall.

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GW Researchers Awarded $3 Million to Study HIV Testing, Diet and Aging

August 26, 2016
Faculty members received national grants this summer that will allow them to continue groundbreaking research.
SMPA Terker Distinguished Fellow Jason Rezaian

Washington Post Reporter Jason Rezaian Named SMPA Fellow

August 25, 2016
Mr. Rezaian was detained in Iran for more than 18 months before he was released in January.

Heart Disease and Diabetes Risk Linked to Sedentary Lifestyle

August 25, 2016
GW professor Loretta DiPietro says prolonged sitting is linked to increased health risks.

GW Law Professor Named Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs

August 25, 2016
Professor Christopher Bracey will assume the new role Sept. 1, replacing Dianne Martin.

Presidential Search Firm Announced

August 18, 2016
Isaacson, Miller retained to identify potential candidates
Hall on Virginia Avenue

Hall on Virginia Avenue Sells to Urban Investment Partners

August 12, 2016
Local developer purchases former residence hall for $36 million, plans rental units.
Matthew Lumb

Developing the Next Generation of Solar Cells

August 11, 2016
A $900,000 shared grant could lead to major changes in solar energy technology.

Medicaid Expansion Did Not Increase ER Use

August 11, 2016
Experts said Medicaid expansion would cause an upswing in emergency department visits.
Nancy Gaba

SMHS White Coat Ceremony Launches Class of 2020

August 10, 2016
New SMHS students joined the annual event to start their time as first-year medical students.

GW Medical Experts Promote Kidney Disease Awareness

August 10, 2016
Nine months after the Ron & Joy Paul Kidney Center opened, experts bolster efforts to reach those most at risk.