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.
Morgan Murtaugh is interviewed on camera

Alumni on the Campaign Trail

November 06, 2018
SMPA alumni have been the driving force behind midterm campaigns all across the country and are running for national and local offices.
"I voted" stickers

Voters Steady Heading into Election Day Despite Months of Political Tumult

November 05, 2018
A variety of prominent national political issues over the past few months have yielded little change in voters’ views of most notable political figures, parties and issues.
I voted stickers

GW Poll Finds Remarkably Little Change Ahead of Election Day

November 05, 2018
A new edition of the George Washington University Politics Poll finds little change in people's attitude and political preferences since May.
Jack Nassetta

SMPA Junior Publishes Groundbreaking Disinformation Research

November 04, 2018
We asked junior Jack Nassetta about how he became interested in studying disinformation and the roller coaster ride of publishing major research as an undergraduate that is picked up by the media.
Panelists on stage in front of a dark blue screen with an illustration of the Capitol Building

Panel Discusses Political Discourse and the Midterm Elections

October 29, 2018
SMPA Director Frank Sesno and alumni discussed recent political violence and hate crimes and explored the future of civil discourse as midterm elections approach.