Medium Rare

Restaurant Co-owned by GW Alumnus Delivers Free Meals to Older Residents

March 30, 2020

Medium Rare, a chain in the DMV, provides full-course meals to those who cannot get out to buy food during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rose Gottemoeller

Former NATO Leader Talks about the Evolving Alliance

March 13, 2020

Elliott School Alumna Rose Gottemoeller said that relations between the United States and European allies have taken a turn in the post-Cold War era.

Gil Cisneros

For Alumnus Cisneros, a Mission to Make a Difference

March 09, 2020

Philanthropist and U.S. Rep. Gil Cisneros was a first-generation college student who is helping young people write their own education success stories.

SMPA Super Tuesday Panel

Political Experts Analyze a Biden-Sanders Race

March 09, 2020

Analysts and reporters discussed the results of the Democratic Super Tuesday primary races and caucuses and the remaining Democratic primaries.

David Brickman

Freddie Mac CEO Discusses the Future of the Housing Market

February 28, 2020

Freddie Mac CEO David Brickman shared at a George Talks Business event how the real-estate market is adjusting to millennials' postponing homeownership.

GW Politics Poll graphic image

Misinformation Concern Is Bipartisan, New GW Survey Finds

February 28, 2020

Democrats blamed foreign powers, Republicans faulted the media, according to the GW Politics Poll.

Bacteria

New Website Cautions against Antibiotic Overuse

February 25, 2020

Experts at the Milken Institute School of Public Health warned that if urgent global action isn’t taken, we could soon be living in a post-antibiotic era.

Sarah Hirshland

The Power of Sport

February 24, 2020

Sarah Hirshland, CEO of the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee, spoke at GW about the impact of sport in global development and highlighted reform in the national committee.  

Angela Yee

Angela Yee Navigates through Hip Hop Culture

February 18, 2020

Co-host of “The Breakfast Club” discussed working in the male dominated hip hop culture at a Black Heritage Celebration event at GW.

Election Coverage 2020

Can Bernie and Buttigieg Keep Leading the Pack?

February 13, 2020

GSPM’s Todd Belt analyzes what the results of the Democratic contests in New Hampshire and Iowa mean going forward.

Brittany Packnett Cunningham

2020 GW Black Heritage Keynote Talks about Embracing Blackness

February 07, 2020

Ferguson activist and author Brittany Packnett –Cunningham launched 2020 heritage celebration with the theme “Reclaiming our Renaissance.”

Shaista E. Khilji

Women of Color: Lived Experiences with Inequality

February 04, 2020

GSEHD professor Shaista E. Khilji’s research explores individual experiences of inequality in organizations and its lasting impact.

GW College GOP Log Cabin Forum

Conservative, Republican and Gay

January 31, 2020

GW College Republicans invite Log Cabin Republicans and LGBT conservatives to talk about what it means to be gay and conservative.

Holocaust Survivors on the Voyage of the Damned

GW Event Commemorates the Liberation of Auschwitz Birkenau

January 28, 2020

Holocaust survivors who were refused asylum by the U.S. in 1939 take note of the date with the GW Rohr Chabad Center for Jewish Life.

Christina Fialho laid out the history of immigration detention and the abuses detainees currently suffer.

Dead Flies and Kool-Aid: Inside Immigrant Detention Centers

January 27, 2020

Christina Fialho of Freedom for Immigrants discussed the history and consequences of detention at SMHS’ fourth annual MLK Jr. Lecture.