The Supreme Court upholds the bulk of the health care reform law including the individual mandate.
Andres Pumariega finished 19th at the U.S Open Qualifier at Black Diamond Ranch.
Ms. Stewart has held leadership roles at Gelman since 2000.
Five-year study will investigate youth violence, substance abuse and sexual risk in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
Nine GW students conducted research in the historic city of Casco Viejo in a two-week study abroad trip.
Akos Vertes’ biochemistry invention allows quick analysis of biological samples.
Research will focus on analyzing data in genetics and genomics fields.
The multi-platinum selling band will perform at the Charles E. Smith Center Oct. 20.
Graduate student clinicians will help improve local children’s literacy skills at the weeklong camp in July.
Native American Political Leadership Program brings American Indian students to D.C. for political education, internships.
George Washington Today looks back on the scandal that changed the nation’s political landscape—and has some GW connections.
New survey by GW’s Graduate School of Political Management reveals that money may be less influential in gaining access to Congress than providing reliable information.