Fostering an inclusive community requires action, not just words. The sooner the University starts, the better.
The free-flowing racist abuse reflects the actions of students as much as it does the incompetence of the administration in dealing with it.
As the University’s next president embarks on an official transition process, allow us to impart our own advice as well.
If GW’s finances are still suffering, then so are students. Resources that students actually want to use are withering under a period of austerity.
In the wake of the shooting of five students at UVA last Sunday, it’s okay to feel afraid, angry or just numb – we certainly do.
Whatever the fate of affirmative action, wiping out prejudice – and acknowledging every facet of students’ identities – will always remain relevant at GW.
Whether they’re staff, faculty or students like us, everyone at GW deserves a day to make sure their voice is heard.
The opening of new healthcare facilities in Wards 7 and 8 will begin to chip away at decades of systemic neglect of communities east of the Anacostia River.
Eight years after its implementation, GW’s paradoxical three-year housing requirement is long overdue for a reassessment.
We’re throwing our support behind one name to replace Colonials – take off your tricorn hats and say hello to the Hippopotamuses.