The response of students, residents and District officials toward the second “Unite the Right” rally shows the best of D.C.
This week, District lawmakers introduced legislation that would prevent the extortion of employees and tenants on the basis of their immigration status.
Seattle’s ban on plastic drinking straws went into effect last weekend, but this week the trend continued closer to home.
Raising taxes makes the service less affordable and students will no longer be able to rely on Uber and Lyft for cheap and reliable rides.
Initiative 77 works to ease the income inequality gap, but an increased minimum wage is still not enough to afford housing in D.C.
While many District residents celebrated this week, some alumni felt like they were left in the dark about pending changes to the GW Alumni Association.
GW can help students learn the basics of budgeting by training incoming students on how to spend wisely, which students can apply toward post-college spending.
It’s time for the University to abandon the facade of merit scholarships and focus on helping the lower-income students at GW.
The reality is that Americans are expected to understand and adapt to Christian practices, but it’s common to never learn about other religions.
Students and the University must do better to support all our athletic programs in order to create exposure for our University and a sense of community for students.