There are students who truly need accommodations – don’t be the person to play a crackling noise on your computer to get out of answering a question.
The struggle for equal rights has gone on for centuries – but Ginsburg reassured us that it’s not an impossible feat.
Feelings of depression and anxiety are no different than catching a cold or breaking your arm.
Metropolitan Police Department must decrease their presence in communities across the District and expand their reform efforts.
Krug must leave her professor position and give her platform to one more deserving and honest than herself.
GW must allow us to take classes on a pass/fail basis. Meanwhile, we need to take care of our mental health as we approach a remote semester.
In a time of nationwide upheaval surrounding systemic racism, we are still fighting a pandemic that is stumping universities’ fall plans.
While ICE has released a seriously disruptive regulation regarding international students, the University has been quick to respond and work against the regulation.
While the University still awaits news on whether campus will be allowed to reopen in the fall, D.C. is entering phase two of reopening the city.
While students anxiously await more details on the University’s fall semester plan, the diversity and inclusion office has created an important series that is aimed at anti-racism education and diversity at GW.