As pulsars rocket through space, some pulse only in radio waves, others in gamma rays and still others both. Using NASA images, researchers including Physics’ Noel Klingler are discovering why some stars shine with different lights.
Jennifer Curt battled alcoholism and depression on her way to a sober life. Now as an advocate with the peer-to-peer Students for Recovery, she’s helping others cope with their own struggles.
English’s Jung Yun hit the bestseller list with her novel Shelter. It’s the latest step in her creative and cultural journey.
A study co-authored by Biology’s James Clark found a new species of toothless adult dinosaurs that lost their baby teeth as they aged and never replaced them.
From arias to curtain calls, Zach Borichevsky, BA ’06, is a rising star in the opera world. But the road to international acclaim took more than just practice.
Local weather can determine whether Americans’ believe in climate change, according to Geography’s Michael Mann. People in regions with record lows are less likely to say the earth is warming.
The Religion Department’s Islamic Studies program is attracting a diversity of students from around the globe—including a host of young people from Muslim nations.
In his critically acclaimed new book, History’s Tyler Anbinder reveals how—regardless of race, religion or nationality—generations of immigrants share a universal story.
For some, the holidays are a time of good cheer. But others count the days until the season passes. From stress and anxiety to depressive disorders, seasonal sadness is hard to define and spot.
SMPA students can interact with media, political communication and public affairs professionals thanks to the Terker Distinguished Fellows in Media and Public Affairs.
The capacity for humans to get along holds society together. But how do we do it? Philosophy’s Tadeusz W. Zawidzki says we are “mindshapers,” able to mold our brains—and those around us.
Among the alumni honored at the 80th annual Alumni Achievement Awards ceremony was Daniel H. Weiss, BA ’79, president and COO of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
As curators and historians in the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Columbian College alumni have scoured the country to tell the story of black life in America.
For three Interior Architecture & Design alumni, a chance meeting in a GW drafting class led to an enduring friendship and a business venture. The trio make up the sharp minds behind Homee, an app that makes interior design easy and fun.