Beamed to a primetime television audience in the millions, these events offer GW a more central role in today’s broiling partisan climate, experts said.
Seven graduate students in the documentary film certificate program set out to explore how the presidential election affected people’s romantic lives.
While the future of the Affordable Care Act is uncertain in the new administration, the debate focused on what would happen if the law was repealed altogether.
The town hall, which was broadcast live, focused on congressional priorities in light of an impending Donald Trump presidency.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. will be on campus next month to talk about his new book, “Our Revolution,” the University announced Monday. Sanders will discuss his memoir which will feature his experience running for president this year and detail how he will continue to fight for a more equitable country, according to the release. He […]
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., will undergo an elective outpatient hernia repair procedure at GW Hospital Monday.
Head to the nearest liquor store and stock up for the Democratic debate drinking game.
In an event sponsored by the College Democrats, Ezra Klein discussed the rise of the media’s role in politics and public affairs.
Once Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president more than a week ago, senior Conor McGrath decided to poke fun at the real estate mogul with a Facebook group in mock support.
GW Students for Donald Trump and Colonials for Jeb launched Monday and Tuesday, on the same days the candidates the groups are in support of launched their presidential campaigns. If the number of presidential candidates continues to grow, GW could see an influx of student groups this academic year.