The director of Voice of America spoke at the Elliott School of International Affairs Monday to discuss freedom of the press and the group’s efforts in refugee camps.
Administrators and students discussed the future of the University’s one-year-old Sustainable Investment Fund at a roundtable discussion Monday.
Experts in consumer product safety discussed the importance of consumer safety regulations at the law school last week.
Four activists spoke at a panel at the Marvin Center Wednesday to discuss ways that women can participate in activism in the D.C. area.
Journalist Jason Rezaian spoke at Dorothy Marvin Betts Theater Wednesday to discuss his nearly two-year imprisonment in Iran.
Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., kicked off a book tour at Lisner Auditorium Wednesday with a discussion on her career and the current state of U.S. politics.
More veteran and military-affiliated students have been affected by delays in benefits from the Department of Veteran Affairs this year than in previous years.
The ambassador of Mongolia to the United States spoke Monday at the Elliott School about Mongolia’s position between two global superpowers.
A group of nursing students visited Uganda last month to provide medical care and educate local populations about heart health.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Director Andrei Iancu spoke Wednesday about the problems facing his office and American entrepreneurship.