A transformational $12.5 million gift from Ambassador John L. Loeb, Jr. will enable the Loeb Institute for Religious Freedom at GW to build on its existing work as an interdisciplinary hub for the study and advancement of religious freedom.
Photographer Firooz Zahedi, BFA ’76, (left, photographing Jennifer Lopez) is renowned for his portraits of the world’s most glamorous celebrities from Streep to Streisand. In a new book, he reflects on making Hollywood’s brightest lights shine.
In honor of his late wife, SMPA’s Steven Roberts established the Cokie Roberts Tuition Relief Fund to help SMPA students experiencing financial hardship continue their education. The $100,000 fund will be awarded to students in grants of $5,000.
From Hurricane Maria to the COVID crisis, Puerto Rico’s tragedies have been compounded by widespread lack of access to clean water. TSPPPA student Omar Negron-Ocasio (right) has a business plan to change that.
SMPA's Jesse J. Holland penned Marvel’s first novel starring the king of Wakanda. Following the death of Chadwick Boseman, who portrayed Black Panther on film, Holland reflected on the enduring impact of the man and the hero.
Visual artist, composer and musician Paul Rucker—Corcoran’s new visiting professor of community engagement—will explore with students the destruction of Black Wall Street communities in Richmond, Durham and Tulsa.
We mourn the passing of Akbar Montaser (Chemistry), a prolific researcher and innovator in analytical chemistry and beloved teacher and mentor at GW for more than 30 years.