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GWU Student Prompts Discussion About Changing Colonials Nickname

by | February 15, 2019 Having the Colonials as George Washington University’s team name may inhibit students from ha Read more

Blake Morant: A Dean for Diversity and Civility

by Pearl Stewart | July 25, 2018
As he discusses experiences in his life that contributed to his success as a legal scholar and [...] Read more

Michelle Obama Pushes Education Through Initiative

by Associated Press | June 15, 2018
WASHINGTON — Former first lady Michelle Obama told first-generation college freshmen to surr [...] Read more

Scholars Differ on Legality of New NFL National Anthem Policy

by Gregory Clay | May 24, 2018
After the NFL announced Wednesday that its players on the field must stand respectfully for the [...] Read more

George Washington University Opening Some Doors in D.C.

by Catherine Morris | August 31, 2017
GWU awards 10 scholarships each year to students in the District, covering tuition, room and bo [...] Read more

GWU, Among Urban Colleges Providing Scholarships to Locals

| August 9, 2017
A George Washington University scholarship has eliminated concerns about paying for college — [...] Read more

Thomas LeBlanc to Become George Washington University President

by Associated Press | January 8, 2017
WASHINGTON — An administrator at the University of Miami will take over as the next president [...] Read more

Mike Lonergan Out as George Washington University Coach after Investigation

by Associated Press | September 18, 2016
WASHINGTON ― George Washington University has fired basketball coach Mike Lonergan. Universit [...] Read more

Diverse Docket: Judge Rules Title IX Suit Against University of Kentucky can go Forward

by Eric Freedman |
A former University of Kentucky student who claims she was raped in her dorm can pursue a Title [...] Read more

Diverse Students Gather From Across Nation to Celebrate Academic Success

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | August 14, 2016
A diverse group of more than 700 top-performing high school students from across the nation gat [...] Read more

Islamic Scholars Produce New Translation of Quran

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | November 15, 2015
In an effort to bring about a richer understanding of the Quran, a group of mostly American-bor [...] Read more

Are Smart Drugs Good for College Students?

by Catherine Morris | November 3, 2015
Professors gathered at George Washington University last night to discuss whether college stude [...] Read more

Black Scholars Seek Path to Excellence in Eurocentric Setting

by Katti Gray | April 12, 2015
Black scholars whose concern for Black America’s well being shows up in their classroom teach [...] Read more

Diverse Docket: Courts Backing Schools on Requirements of Student Professionalism

by Eric Freedman | March 1, 2015
In a number of cases involving professionalism requirements for future practitioners, courts ar [...] Read more

Scholars: ‘Selma’ Film Likely to Have Social Justice Impact

by Ronald Roach | January 8, 2015
Some scholars contend Selma could help Americans link 1960s civil rights movement history to pr [...] Read more