Though he can’t vote in the next presidential election, an imprisoned GW alumnus has committed to supporting his favorite candidate by creating his own super PAC.
GW graduate schools tied with Columbia University for the number of alumni in Obama’s inner circle — nine. Harvard University topped the list with 38 officials holding graduate degrees.
Adam Savader, 21, is in federal custody in New York, facing charges of cyberstalking and extortion. He allegedly sent threatening anonymous messages to 15 women between May 2012 through February 2013, according to an FBI release.
Three moderators of last fall’s presidential and vice presidential debates brushed off the criticism that had bounced around social media about their questions and toughness at a Monday taping of The Kalb Report.
The majority of Americans rely just as much on social media as traditional press to follow politics, according to research by GW’s Graduate School of Political Management in the buildup to the 2012 presidential election.
For conservative students, the bad news kept coming Tuesday night – but the worst came shortly before 11:30 p.m. when Fox News called the election for Barack Obama.
Cheers can be heard for blocks as students surged toward the White House to celebrate President Barack Obama’s reelection.
The crowd at Busboys and Poets sports mostly Obama and Biden pins, roaring with applause when each state is called for Obama. All TVs are turned to MSNBC, with patrons crammed in between tables and booths.
A mix of nerves and cautious optimism has filtered throughout the about 350 students on the third floor of the Marvin Center as presidential election results roll in.
The economy has been at the heart of both presidential candidates’ campaigns this year, but professor Donald Parsons argued Monday that the results of Election Day are unlikely to impact the U.S. economy.