The report finds that jihadist-inspired attacks have increased in the last three years driven by the military success of groups like ISIS in the Middle East and its large number of online followers in Western countries.
Thousands marched through the streets of D.C. Sunday afternoon in solidarity with LGBTQ rights and to spread awareness of issues like disability rights, HIV/AIDS and immigrant justice.
SMPA is on track to reach its fundraising goal for their Career Access Network well ahead of schedule, despite fewer donations in the last year.
Protesters in D.C. joined about 140 other cities in the U.S. to demand an independent investigation into connections between Trump associates and the Russian government.
Members of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences gathered on Sunday for a hooding ceremony celebrating the end of medical school training.
The College of Professional Studies and the Graduate School of Political Management celebrated their graduate students Saturday night in the Smith Center.
Undergraduates from CCAS were honored Saturday afternoon at the school’s commencement ceremony in the Smith Center.
Students and faculty gathered in the Marvin Center Thursday night to participate in a live radio broadcast about U.S.-Mexico relations.
Former government officials and experts discussed how propaganda and misinformation campaigns can impact government communication at an event Tuesday at the Elliot School of International Affairs.
Students, faculty and staff paid tribute to outgoing University President Steven Knapp and celebrated his legacy at a ceremony in the Smith Center Saturday afternoon.