“GW is a great university with a heart,” says Honey W. Nashman, associate professor emerita of sociology and human services. And she should know.
The calendar entry in Winston Churchill’s engagement diary for November 14, 1939—written in italicized shorthand and faded black ink—reads: “6:00 Gen.
Meet Abril, Victoria, Guillermo, and Isaac. They are the first GW students to benefit from the Cisneros scholarships and the Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute.
Gilbert Cisneros was 17 when he first visited Washington, D.C.: He went to Capitol Hill, met a few ambassadors and toured the FBI headquarters and the Pentagon.
The historic doors that have graced the Corcoran building’s 17th Street entrance since 1897 are being restored thanks to a gift from American Express.
The George Washington University has always attracted young minds with a passion for politics.
President George Washington’s legacy as a champion of religious freedom and the acceptance of all faiths will be sustained at the George Washington University with a new institute in the Colu