GW produces a range of publications, including award-winning magazines and newspapers. These publications communicate the university’s mission, initiatives and campus news to internal and external audiences.
In addition to publications targeted at a university-wide audience, many of GW’s schools, departments and institutes publish for specialized audiences. GW students also produce a number of publications aimed primarily at their peers.
George Washington Today
GW’s flagship publication, George Washington Today provides breaking news; the latest headlines; in-depth articles about campus activities, academic programs and research initiatives; profiles of students, staff, alumni and faculty; and a wealth of other news and information affecting the GW community.
GW Magazine is GW’s flagship alumni and University periodical, published each spring and fall. The magazine has a circulation of 200,000.
GW Research Magazine
GW Research magazine is published annually. It highlights the University’s research endeavors. The magazine has a circulation of 15,000.
The GW Hatchet, the award-winning student newspaper, has a tradition that reaches back to 1904, and the Cherry Tree, GW’s yearbook, celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2008. Students also produce the literary and arts magazines Wooden Teeth and the G.W. Review. Read more about Student Publications.