It’s the start of a new year, and with that comes celebration for what is to come as well as reflection of what happened in the previous year. This week, there is local news that allows us to do both.
Here’s the best and worst news from around campus and the District this week.
From college campuses to Hollywood, horrific acts of sexual assault have been exposed, sparking a nationwide discussion. This week, the issue hits close to home.
GW has hired new staff members for its Title IX office in what will hopefully lead to improvements. But Metro is doing anything but improve, they implemented new speed restrictions that will slow commute times.
One alumnus is proving that GW still educates politicians, while current students might make noise after they learned that they won’t be able to move straight into Fulbright Hall this fall.
GW recently implemented a new online learning management system, but having recently been exposed for fabricating their suspension rates, maybe it’s D.C. Public Schools that need a management system.
While GW is taking a step in the right direction by becoming more environmentally friendly, D.C. has taken steps backward after a series of racially charged incidents.
New virtual reality technology can now take you inside your surgery, but the University’s summer study abroad programs won’t take you to where you want to go.
All students should be required to take a sociology course at some point in their college careers, regardless of whether they are majoring in the field.
GW should put more emphasis on part-time jobs and other responsibilities applicants take on in high school.