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Justine Coleman poses in a small seminar classroom

Finding Success on the Front Page and Behind the Scenes

October 08, 2018
Senior Justine Coleman found her name on the front page of The Washington Post next to Professor Debbie Cenziper in early September. We asked her about the reporting assignment and what the investigative process is really like.
Chuck Todd speaks at GWU

Chuck Todd Urges Journalists to Fight Back

September 26, 2018
The “Meet the Press” host talked at GW about the Supreme Court nominee, the U.S. deputy attorney general and campaigns to discredit mainstream media.
Jeffrey Blount, Olivier Knox, Karl Stoltz, Shawn Turner

School of Media and Public Affairs Announces 2018-19 Fellows

August 30, 2018
The White House Correspondents’ Association president and a former deputy White House press secretary are among the new SMPA fellows.
Voting station in Arlington, Virginia

GW Poll Finds Opportunities for Democrats in Midterm Elections

August 23, 2018
The GW Politics Poll shows midterm election fundamentals haven't changed and they're not great for Republicans.
Samantha Cookinham outside the New York Times Building

Class Assignment: Work with The New York Times

August 15, 2018
When I enrolled in the Audience Development course, I never imagined that I would spend the semester working with The New York Times to launch a new section.
Liz Pearce

Liz Pearce: Opening Doors for Women in Tech

August 13, 2018
Liz Pearce finds professional success across the country from GW in the male-dominated, adrenaline-fueled world of tech startups.
Cheryl W. Thompson

Thompson Elected President of Premier Investigative Journalism Organization

August 08, 2018
SMPA associate professor Cheryl W. Thompson was elected president of Investigative Reporters & Editors, making history as the first African-American board president.

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