Rather, 86, released the book Tuesday as a collection of stories about patriotism in the United States to understand the current political and cultural divide from a historical context.
About 20 students celebrated the last night of Love Your Body Week with mug decorating in the Marvin Center Thursday.
The senate approved nominees for community affairs, student activities and graduate student policy positions.
Thirty D.C.-based graffiti artists participated in a live street art demonstration during the Fine Lines Paint Jam at the Kennedy Center Sunday.
Encampment residents living in E Street were removed from the site Thursday.
The career center’s top official said the University has made revamping the center a University-wide effort in recent years, beefing up staff and adding new initiatives.
National security experts, including a former director of the CIA, gathered in the Jack Morton Auditorium Tuesday to discuss cybersecurity reporting and policymaking at a time when the issue is under increasing scrutiny.
The museum hosted a pop-up artisan market for local women artists to display and sell their work at the 2017 Makers Mart Arts and Craft Fair Sunday.
Students said open-ended University guidelines allow UPD officers to usurp emergency medical crews and send individuals to the hospital.
The GW College Democrats and College Republicans co-hosted Todd for a wide-ranging conversation on civil discourse, today’s political climate and safe spaces.