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Protesters hold up signs that spell "Fake Crisis" outside the White House

GW Poll Finds Deep Partisan Divides and No Middle Ground to End Shutdown

January 14, 2019
The poll shows deep and lasting partisan divisions on key policy issues like immigration and gives a first look at the field of potential 2020 candidates.

Position Announcement: Assistant or Associate Professor of Journalism

January 02, 2019
The School of Media and Public Affairs invites applications to a full-time, non-tenure-accruing, fixed-term, renewable faculty position offered at the rank of assistant or associate professor to begin as early as August 2019.
Nana Agyemang and Carol Smith sitting on stage

GW Alumni and Leaders in Fashion Journalism Host New York Event

January 02, 2019
Alumni gathered in New York City for a conversation with Harper's Bazaar vice president Carol Smith, CCAS B.A. ’71, and EveryStylishGirl founder Nana Agyemang, SMPA B.A. ’16.
Casey Danoff

Making a Wave at Emerge America

December 06, 2018
Junior Casey Danoff helped power a historic election for women during her internship at Emerge America, an organization that helps train Democratic women to run for office.
News21 news room group shot

Alumna Completes National Investigation into Hate Crimes

November 29, 2018
Lillianna Byington shares her experience investigating hate crimes as part of the prestigious News21 Fellowship.
Senator Amy Klobuchar and Professor Steven Roberts on stage

What to Expect from a Divided National Government

November 19, 2018
Politicians and Washington power players shared perspectives at an SMPA event about how the new Democratic majority in the House will work with President Trump.
Nasser Diallo at the George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs

Building a New Start at SMPA

November 12, 2018
From political asylum, Nasser Diallo arrived in the U.S. speaking only French. Now, with support from the SMPA community, he's on a path for success in politics.

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