GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Sydney Elle Gray

Brady Gallery Hosts First Exhibition in New Flagg Building Space

June 18, 2018
“Full Circle: Hue and Saturation in the Washington Color School” will run through Oct. 26.

GW Enhances Military, Veteran Student Resources

June 15, 2018
An increase in Yellow Ribbon Program benefits and the hiring of a new program manager are among the newly implemented changes.
GW Politics Poll

New GW Poll Shows Voters Poised for Large Midterm Turnout

June 13, 2018
Inaugural GW Politics Poll finds strong support for gun laws, openness to immigration reform, opposition to interference with special counsel.

GW Leaders Share Messages of Hope as Graduation Speakers

June 13, 2018
Several members of the GW community delivered parting words to graduates at other institutions and were awarded honorary degrees.
United States Supreme Court

Supreme Court Ruling Could Lead to Lower Voter Turnout

June 12, 2018
GSPM’s Michael D. Cohen says the decision allowing states to remove inactive voters from its rolls effectively disenfranchises unresponsive voters.

George Celebrates at Parade for Washington Capitals

June 12, 2018

George, the George Washington University mascot, joined thousands of Washington Capitals fans at the victory parade to celebrate the team's 2018 Stanley Cup Championship. Dressed in r

U.S.-North Korea Summit will happen June 12 in Singapore.

U.S.-North Korea Summit Begins Tuesday

June 11, 2018
Elliott School Korea expert Gregg Brazinsky weighs in ahead of the meetings in Singapore.

Welcome to the Neighborhood!

June 11, 2018
Favorite places for new students and old hands to eat, drink, get fresh air and take in local color.

Tips for Getting Active during Men’s Health Month

June 11, 2018
Jennifer Sacheck, an expert in youth physical activity, encourages men to take small steps to be more active every day.

Colonial Inauguration Introduces the Class of 2022 to the University

June 08, 2018
Incoming students will learn about the GW experience, meet classmates in eight sessions over the summer.

Mortality Study in Puerto Rico Provides Opportunity to Save Lives

June 08, 2018
GW researchers will publish an initial report this summer that estimates deaths on the island related to Hurricane Maria.
Clint Watts

Disinformation in the Evolving World of Cyberspace

June 08, 2018
Center for Cyber and Homeland Security Fellow Clint Watts discussed his new book and the manipulation of social media by Russia and other groups.

Study Abroad Office Welcomes New Director

June 07, 2018
Maritheresa Frain previously led GW’s Madrid program and has more than 20 years of experience in the field.
Sherrod Ames answers questions from high school counselors at this weekend's Counselor Connection. (Nate Baker-Lutz/GW T

Counselor Connection Gives High School Advisers Insight into GW

June 04, 2018
College counselors from high schools around the country get an insider’s view of the student experience at the George Washington University.

GW Researcher Finds Medical Care Providers Overprescribe Antibiotics

June 01, 2018
Despite knowing antibiotics are ineffective against viruses, prescribers often believe they “can’t hurt” a patient with cold or flu symptoms.