- March 9, 2023
As federal lawmakers rejected D.C.’s bid to overhaul its criminal code, they described the city as awash in violent crime. But D.C. residents feel safer from crime in their neighborhoods than they did this time last year, according to a Washington Post-Schar School poll. More than three-quarters of Washingtonians (77 percent) feel they are “very” or “somewhat” safe from crime in their neighborhoods, up from 69 percent in 2022 and about the same percentage as in November 2019, before the pandemic.
- March 28, 2023
When and if a new ownership group formally takes over the Washington Commanders, it will inherit a team that has hemorrhaged supporters across the area, a fan base that wants a new stadium built in the District and a region that cites team owner Daniel Snyder as the biggest reason for the sharp decline in interest in the franchise.
- March 31, 2023
Collecting our thoughts: What were Schar School scholars thinking in March? Clearly, we had a lot on our minds.
- March 30, 2023
Two Schar School learning communities visited two seats of the federal government at the same time on the same day. Here’s where they went and what they did.
- March 27, 2023
Newly appointed Arlington County Director of Economic Development Ryan Touhill, BA GVIP ’06, likes what he sees in Mason’s Fuse at Mason Square concept.
- March 23, 2023
What’s the future of Ukraine look like after the Russian invasion? Ukrainian ambassador Oksana Markarova joins others in an inperson panel discussion about a new book tackling that difficult topic.
- Recap: Panel of Regional Experts Discuss ‘Red Flag Law,’ Special Appearance by Stoneman Douglas High SurvivorMarch 17, 2023
A recap of a gun safety panel discussion cohosted by the Schar School of Policy and Government and the nonprofit Safer Country.
- March 16, 2023
Biodefense graduate Janet Marroquin Pineda wins a significant award for answering “the most challenging U.S. security and science policy questions with objective analysis.”
- March 15, 2023
A new study of more than 200 nonprofits shows those led by people of color have a harder time receiving funding than those led by white chief executives. Is there a solution?
- ODKM Master’s Student Maggie Huang Receives Mentoring for Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence AwardMarch 14, 2023
Her pioneering work examining the professional experiences of Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (AANHPI) women in the U.S. lands an Organization Development and Knowledge Management master’s student an award from the university’s president’s office.