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The Sixth Annual Capital City Constitution Day Celebration on Sept. 12 took a unique look at women in the Constitution…

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In its fifth year, Northside Festival continues to be New York City’s largest festival on discovery, by drawing upon an…

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The White House Correspondents Association led a panel in the School of Media and Public Affairs’ Jack Morton Auditorium April…

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A line wound from the first floor down to the basement of the School of Media and Public Affairs building…

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Resilient poets gathered and scattered throughout Kogan Plaza and Gelman Library, battling treacherous rain and fire alarms, hoping to sprinkle…

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GW students are well aware of the University’s proximity to many of the prominent institutions in global politics, one of…

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The District of Columbia was bustling on Saturday with newly trained business owners setting up lemonade stands throughout the city….

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Author Michael Lewis discussed his new book Flash Boys: a Wall Street Revolt in the Lisner Auditorium. The event was…

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In case you missed it last week the Office of the Registrar announced on Wednesday how the 3.5 days of…

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The Elliott School of International Affairs will now house a well-known foreign affairs academic journal.  On Wednesday the School announced…