Phi Sigma Sigma’s withdrawal from recruitment shows that new members do not tolerate organizations with a racist past.
Biphobia, fear of bisexuality, is a threat to the bisexual community and can be helped by first acknowledging the problem.
A public health professor’s report ranked as one of the best pieces of research in 2019, while the District loses its beloved Newseum.
The reality of the fire alarms is that something as simple as burnt popcorn can lead to a building-wide evacuation.
The anti-Semitic video that went viral last week is a reminder that students still face anti-Semitism today.
The University should invest in moisture detectors to determine potential instances of mold before it jeopardizes a student’s physical health.
Using mental health as an excuse to mask wrongdoing dismisses the struggles many students face every day.
Ignorance of students’ financial situations creates division among those of different economic backgrounds.
Some may say spooky season is overdone, but the time is meant for activities that include people of all ages and backgrounds to have some fun.
Officials should keep advanced Spanish language classes to ensure students gain enough practice before graduation.