Welcome to GW, Thomas LeBlanc. Here's what you should expect from students at the most politically active school in the country.
Early memories affect how I view myself – particularly my body. But growing up has allowed me to begin to love my body as much as my personality.
If we begin to view RAs as strictly university employees rather than student leaders, their relationship with their residents might suffer.
While some of Trump’s rhetoric may seem scary, what he has said so far about student loans should put students at ease.
Although most of the demands made by student organizations last month were valid, students should focus first on establishing a sanctuary campus.
We aren't going to be able to pop the liberal bubble – and that's OK. But students should actively try to make the bubble less restrictive.
If professors are openly intolerant of some groups online, they cannot be trusted to provide a welcoming environment to students.
Students are calling on administrators to make unfeasible and unrealistic changes, when they could have created a productive dialogue on campus.
The Palestinian flag is a divisive symbol and shouldn't have been included at a walk-out to promote inclusivity.
The smoking ban has proven to be ineffective. Therefore, It’s time for officials to be more realistic and slowly move away from the ban.
GW should search for creative affordable housing accommodations for students forced to live on campus.
Mental Health Services staff should be able to intervene on behalf of students for housing accommodations.
If GW wants to effectively educate the next generation of environmental scientists, officials should create an environmental science department.
A class registration system should give preference to students by class year and major, not a fast internet connection.
There’s a stigma around the word “felony.” When people hear the word they might imagine a stereotyped image of what a felon is.