Spotlight on Students and Alumni
GW's No Lost Generation (NLG) is a campus organzation that is facing the Syrian refugee crisis head-on -- and is rapidly spreading to other campuses across the nation.
Karim Farishta, ESIA BA '16, is one of 54 students nationwide recognized with the honor, which bestows a $30,000 grant toward graduate studies for candidates who demonstrate "the passion, intellect and leadership potential" to serve the public good.
Web Video Initiative
Mark Langevin talked to us before the Olympic games kicked off in Rio about how, despite the obstacles, they would not disappoint.
Visiting scholar Sufian Zhemukhov talks about the doping culture among athletes in Russia
Robert Orttung tells us why Russia may use its athletes as a metric to compare itself to other countries around the world.
Hope M. Harrison and Chance Williams (B.A. '16) discuss the history behind the Academy Award-winning film Bridge of Spies.