If officials want GW in the spotlight, they’ll have to get back to basics and improve students’ academic experience first.
With Lerner closed until midfall, GW should flex its institutional muscles to help students access the facilities and equipment they need.
Instead of wining and dining on students’ dime, members of the SA must hold themselves – and be held – accountable for their financial frivolity.
For you and for ourselves, Volume 119’s editorial board looks forward to making sense of the news and advocating for change.
By picking a president who can make everyone proud of GW, we’re confident that the University’s best days will be ahead.
You don’t need to meet a celebrity or witness history to truly experience GW – you just have to enjoy what you’re doing and run with it.
Robert White’s candidacy provides a break from the city’s past failures and an exciting vision of a more progressive and better future for all Washingtonians.
With GW’s support, its students can confidently navigate the pros and cons of taking out student loans.
Officials should communicate that they unequivocally stand with students who want, need or have already had an abortion
While there may not be a quick fix to longstanding maintenance and facilities issues, students need to feel comfortable living at GW