Students can and should vote virtually on April 8 and 9 to ensure the right people continue to lead through the ongoing crisis.
Seniors will still have the chance to graduate on the Mall, but D.C. residents will not be able to enjoy walks around the National Mall or Tidal Basin.
Professors should not hold the same expectations for grading, exams and teaching during the transition to online courses.
Even if I have had my share of awkward birthdays and feelings of loneliness, at least I have something going for me. For one, nobody ever forgets my birthday.
Telling students to wash their hands might be helpful to prevent the spread of disease, but it does not stop racism.
LeBlanc’s comments show an inability to understand and empathize with minority students on campus who might not feel comfortable on a majority white campus.
You may not have the time, interest or money to watch every film, so we’ve compiled a list of noteworthy movies.
Candidates have proposed solutions to issues like homelessness and green transportation, but students should ultimately choose a person who will support them.
Faculty are gaining more involvement in the strategic planning process, and House Republicans are using Evans to delay D.C. statehood debate.
The University needs to follow changing tides and adjust Title IX policies to expel students found guilty of sexual assault.