Spring 2016 Archive
Novelist Thomas Mallon imagines what lies between the facts in the lives of presidents and those around them.
Alumna Kyle Zimmer’s nonprofit, First Book, is pooling the buying power of educators and families in need to change the face of—and the access to—children’s publishing.
A new think tank finds the "democratization of terrorist recruitment" on social media is helping to create an increasingly diverse picture of Islamic-inspired extremism.
Other Spring Features
As law students, Courtney Francik and Bart Sheard petitioned President Obama to commute a man's sentence—and he did.
A second-career English teacher helps kids find their voice and confidence in school through "wrestling with words."
Former GW tennis star David Haggerty recently took the helm of the sport's international governing body.
Professor Leo Ribuffo talks about what we mean.
Elliott School students launch the first collegiate branch of the Syrian refugee aid group No Lost Generation.
An alumna and a professor discuss the first battle of a nascent Congress.
In a new study, researchers explore the bridges that army ants build using their own bodies.
A niche collection of baseball cards makes it to Cooperstown.
In his new book, Jeffrey Jerome Cohen explores how "human" stone can be.
Ding Ren, MFA '09, looks across cultures for "patterns that are both foreign and familiar."
Brady Art Gallery exhibition showcases little-or never-seen art from GW’s permanent collection.
The annual regatta is one of the premier rowing events on the East Coast. This is how it comes together.
The pitcher is one of the best closers in college baseball.
Alumnus wins 2016 World Marathon Challenge while running to honor slain servicemen.
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There was one "George’s Birthday Bash" in 2010. Now there are 51.
Trustees Jay Katzen, Mark Shenkman among those honored at annual event.