The HistoryMakers archival project recordss a conversation with the first African American attorney general.
Head of the Justice Department office says feds look out for the crime not the ideology.
Sen. Tim Kaine’s son, Nat Kaine, graduated from Columbian College in 2012.
Five RNC staffers with university ties have been in Cleveland to prepare for the GOP’s biggest political event of the presidential election cycle.
Professor emeritus was honored with eponymous endowed chair in Israel studies in 2015.
Tom Perez discusses the legacy of the Affordable Care Act and America’s “social compact 2.0.”
With Commencement fast approaching, graduating students tell us about the moments that mattered.
Karim Farishta is one of 54 students nationwide recognized with the honor.
Dr. Knapp and other GW participants join thought leaders at Milken Institute 2016 Global Conference.
Students who are first in their families to attend college are working with administrators to meet their unique needs.
Federal employees who predict water cycles and pirate attacks are among those recognized by GW for public service contributions.
The SMPA senior will attend the annual WHCA Dinner and meet the president and first lady.
Three professors recognized for their work in political science, history and astrophysics.
First Amendment rights for K-12 students are crucial to healthy democracy, GW Law professor says.
Nelson Carbonell tells higher education leaders to look at their school’s challenges and ask tough questions on diversity issues.