Here’s the best and worst news from GW and D.C. while you were off campus for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Good: Really old wine cellars. Bad: Fundraising running dry.
As a college administrator today, I often think about Tara. I hope that colleagues at GW and at all institutions take the time to reflect about their role in educating students. Tara did it right and I am forever grateful.
Pereira’s efforts, along with the work of various sexual violence prevention advocacy groups, have created a heightened awareness of the threats associated with sexual assault on our campus.
The University likes to tout its central location in the nation’s capital as a selling point. But that doesn’t mean it should be acceptable to assume that if students need access to a niche research collection or want a quality studying experience, they’ll travel to the Library of Congress.
Thumbs Up: An important new student organization GW has nearly 500 student organizations. You’d think with that many, they pretty much cover everyone’s issues and interests. But good news came in the form of a new student group this semester, geared toward helping college students cope with eating disorders. Students Promoting Eating Disorder Awareness and […]
GW has been plagued by semester of scandal. But, of course, we’re not the only school to go through a rough patch.
Other college newspapers’ opinions pages ran with the story, reflecting on what it means for their universities and higher education as a whole. Here are what they had to say.
Here are the opinions editors’ takes on the best and worst news from GW you might have missed.
Administrators have the chance to add another worthy name to the list this year, and give honorary degrees to people who are, well, genuinely honorable.