Video: GW Athletics 2014-15 Season

The Colonials were again champions in the classroom, in the community, and in competition during the 2014-15 athletic season. Relive the successes of the past year in this video compilation.



GW Mag Bonus Content: GW Alumni & 2U Aim to Disrupt Learning Curve

One of the best parts of interviewing GW alumni is hearing how passionate they are about their time at the university and the things they are accomplishing today. One of the hardest parts is not being able to include every thought, feeling, anecdote, or insight in the final story. This was especially the case when


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GW Poet Carves Her Way With Words

At eight years old, Elizabeth Acevedo, BA ’10, had written her first poem describing the unanswered questions of the universe: why dolphins were peaceful and humans were not. She knew then as a first grader that she could make sense of the world through writing and performing. “Poetry for me was inspired from a need


Dana Bash, BA '93, is now chief political correspondent at CNN.

Dana Bash, BA ’93, Promoted to CNN Chief Political Correspondent

Longtime CNN correspondent Dana Bash, CCAS/SMPA BA ’93, has a new role at the cable news channel. The George Washington University graduate was promoted to chief political correspondent on Monday. Dana will serve as CNN’s lead correspondent covering the Republican primary and Capitol Hill. She also will participate in the questioning of candidates at the Sept.



When a 5K is More Than 3.1 Miles

At 8:30 AM on Saturday, April 18, my mother and I were too distracted pinning on our race bibs to notice three fellow participants stroll by wearing matching, bright yellow t-shirts. Others soon followed until before we knew it, we found ourselves next to a group more than 20 strong, all wearing the same distinctive


Adrienne Borges, a veteran data analyst in Bode’s Human Identification Group, solves mysteries for international governments, police departments, and families searching for lost loved ones.

Alumna Solves Real-Life Forensics Mysteries

When Adrienne Borges, CCAS MS ’06, arrives for work at the Bode Technology Group’s Cellmark Forensics Lab in Lorton, Virginia, she dons her white coat and safety goggles and examines her workload. It could be a drop of blood discovered at a D.C. crime scene or a brittle bone chip from a skeleton found in