We have to stop buying merchandise that distracts from current events and neutralizes harmful messages.
By continuing to only celebrate women of color who are the first or the youngest, their accomplishments are not seen on the same playing field as others.
As GW comes to terms with its past and enters a new presidential era, it’s time to change the Colonial to the unofficial mascot, the Hippo.
Students on campus should be more empathetic of their peers who have changed their views from when they were children.
Students with disabilities shouldn’t be the ones to accommodate themselves due to their disability.
Many times, racism is present in a look or a remark that can seem insignificant until you stop and think about it.
From civil rights and women’s suffrage to anti-war and LGBTQ rights, marches have been an essential part of U.S. history.
As minorities from immigrant parents, we should hold on to the value that we give our education and transform it into a life that fits our passions.
It’s important for student theater groups to take into account their audiences’ needs and place physical trigger warnings before the production takes place.
Wearing a shirt, owning stickers and sharing posts on Facebook are not going to help shift the system. But that doesn’t mean we can’t.