Can math save our election system? Daniel Ullman and E. Arthur Robinson forecast the pluses and minuses of how we count votes.
What makes Columbian College such a special place to learn and grow? Our alumni share their favorite memories from the campus, classrooms and community.
Comedian Cody Lindquist, BA ’02, is tickling political funny bones as the voice of Melania Trump in a Stephen Colbert animated series.
Writer Yahia Lababidi, BA ’96, is loath to mix politics and poetry. But in his latest collection, he points his pen at anti-immigrant hostility.
As graduating seniors said goodbye to friends and faculty, a few shared the moments and memories that shaped their CCAS experience.
The Department of Anthropology’s newly established Edward C. Green Postdoctoral Fellowship Fund will train professionals who plan to work outside academia.
The words, wisdom and remarkable legacy of “The First Lady of the World” is being brought to life through the painstaking work of the Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project.
In a farewell message to the CCAS community, Dean Ben Vinson reflects on his GW experience and honors “the greatness that is this place and… the greatness that is to come."
With half a million teachers leaving the profession each year, Art Therapy graduate student Christina Hagemeier devised a research project to explain the ABCs of burnout—and to show beleaguered educators that they aren’t alone.
Ashleigh DeLuca, BA ’13, helped impoverished Gambian children graduate from high school. But she’s not stopping there. Her next goal is to bring them to the U.S. for college
On a remote volcanic island in the South Pacific, Biology’s Gustavo Hormiga hikes forests and scales mountains to find rare spiders. On each return trip, he’s helped define an evolutionary legacy and preserve an ecological landscape.
Chemistry’s Erik Rodriguez uses fluorescent proteins to unlock cellular secrets. But he’s also found another use for the multi-colored microbes: paint for creating his own protein portraits from living material.