In the third George Talks Business event, the founder and co-owner of Farmers Restaurant Group explained his philosophies on time management and entrepreneurship
The event sponsored by the GW Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta sorority covered a range of topics from slavery to the blackface controversy surrounding the Virginia governor.
One year after GSPM hosted the British Parliament’s first hearings in the US on fake news and social media platforms, members of Britain’s House of Commons continue the conversation.
National Girls and Women in Sports Day brought the three-time Olympic medalist back to campus as president of the Women’s Sports Foundation.
Installation by Robin Bell is a prelude to the Corcoran’s upcoming retrospective on censored Robert Mapplethorpe exhibition.
A Program on Extremism panel talked about how the Islamic State’s setbacks in Syria and Iraq impact terrorism.
Washington Post writer and GW SMPA Terker Distinguished Fellow Jason Rezaian talks about his book, “Prisoner.”
Alex Beehler, an expert in environmental and energy management, was confirmed by the Senate earlier this month.
Elliott School forum highlighted the participation and influence of Martin Luther King Jr. in the global community.
The Third Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture tackled overcoming racist ideas and building an anti-racist America.
The latest GW Politics Poll found partisan splits on issues at the heart of the government shutdown and looked at how voters view potential 2020 presidential candidates.
University officials provide guidance on the longest federal government shutdown in history.
While discussing her newly released books at GW, the senator from California emphasized her “no false choices” mantra.
Victor Dzau, president of the National Academy of Medicine, said researchers must consider the ethical and social consequences of medical breakthroughs.
Edward W. Gnehm, Jr., vice dean and Kuwait Professor of Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Affairs at the Elliott School of International Affairs, was appointed U.S.