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.

Alexa Alice Joubin

Race: The New Critical Idiom

January 24, 2020

CCAS and Elliott School professor Alexa Alice Joubin’s new book offers a global and historic understanding of the term race.

U.S. Rep. Nita Lowey and IPDGC Director Janet Steele at Wednesday's award ceremony. (Courtesy Office of Nita Lowey)

Nita Lowey Receives GW Award for Congressional Leadership in Public Diplomacy

January 21, 2020

The annual Walter Roberts Award from GW’s Institute for Public Diplomacy and Global Communication went to the 16-term representative from New York.

Omar Mohammed, Mosul Eye

Mosul after ISIS: A Conversation with Omar Mohammed

January 21, 2020

The once anonymous Iraqi news blogger who reported from Mosul during ISIS’ occupation spoke at GW about the city’s redevelopment following its recapture from the group.

Ty Bofferding

GW Top Producer of Congressional Staff

January 16, 2020

The university tops a list of universities that send the most undergraduate and graduate students to work on Capitol Hill.

 Thomas Brzozowski

Domestic Terrorism Is a ‘Transnational’ Threat

January 15, 2020

Thomas Brzozowski, counsel for domestic terrorism at the Department of Justice, said publicizing efforts to counter domestic terrorism can be challenging. 

Why Your New Year’s Resolution Should Be Self-Acceptance

December 16, 2019

Kavita Daiya, director of the Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies program, urges people to reframe negative messages about eating and weight loss ahead of 2020. 

Laura Underwood

Rep. Underwood Discusses Her Bipartisan Efforts to Improve Maternal Health

December 09, 2019

The Illinois congresswoman spoke at GW’s Edward M. Brandt Jr. Memorial Lecture in Women’s Health and Health Policy Leadership Series.


New Film Highlights Environmental, Social Costs of Belo Monte Dam

December 03, 2019

‘Sequestrada’ was produced by Sabrina McCormick, who says complex projects like dams in the Amazon lead to deforestation, flooding and displacement.