- October 22, 2022
More than 6 in 10 Americans support a ban on the consideration of race in college admissions, according to a Washington Post-Schar School poll, but an equally robust majority endorses programs to boost racial diversity on campuses.
- October 31, 2023
Schar School’s Mark N. Katz describes what Russia stands to gain from the rising tensions in the Middle East.
- October 30, 2023
Collecting our thoughts: What were Schar School scholars thinking in October? Clearly, we had a lot on our minds.
- October 26, 2023
Location? Check. Access? Double check. When the White House wanted to invite students to help welcome Australia’s prime minister Anthony Albanese to Washington for a state visit, they reached out to George Mason University. Schar School of Policy and Government undergraduates were only too happy to answer the call.
- October 25, 2023
New York Times: Schar School Distinguished Visiting Professor Michael J. Morell is quoted about two wars.
- October 24, 2023
Abortion has surged as a key issue for women and Democrats for the November 7 legislative elections in Virginia, the last state in the South to hold out against restrictions on the procedure in the year since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, according to a Washington Post-Schar School poll.
- October 23, 2023
Nature magazine reviews Schar School professor of public policy Kenneth A. Reinert’s new book, The Lure of Economic Nationalism: Beyond Zero Sum (Anthem Press), as one of its “five of the best science picks.”
- October 20, 2023
While members of the GOP remark about the dangers of an “open border” using the Israel-Gaza conflict as an example, Schar School border policy expert Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera explains in the New York Times the historic trope behind the rhetoric.
- October 18, 2023
With a strong desire to advocate for others, Schar School senior Ernesto Galeas says the Schar School “is providing me with tools and knowledge, putting into practice what I've been learning and making me a better worker, a better citizen, and also better at helping others in need.”
- October 17, 2023
Putin seems to be expanding his ground forces with more “volunteers” from private companies, a la Wagner. But Schar School professor Mark N. Katz, a longtime observer of Russia’s military, says the Kremlin is fighting to hold the Ukrainian territory it occupies now.