Kyle Spector

Column: Shifting attitudes on Israel

It has been years since students on either side of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict have seriously clashed at GW. That’s why it wasn’t surprising to see that trend continue – but this time with a slight twist. While the Student Alliance for Israel put on their annual “Israel day” in Kogan Plaza, one law student stood […]

Column: Get out and vote

Thursday marks the last day that students will be able to go vote for their elected representatives in GW’s only official outlet for student opinion and representation, the Student Association. There is a contentious – although fairly quiet compared to years past – fight for the Student Association presidency between five well-qualified candidates and two […]

Column: What have we learned?

Today marks the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camp Auschwitz. It was the site of the systematic murder of one and one half million Jews. At its prime, Auschwitz operated as a killing machine perfectly constructed to end up to 2,000 human lives at once. It became the infamous location of […]

Column: Reform the Code of Conduct

Lee Roupas should be commended for finally seeing the light in calling for an audit of the Student Association’s financial books, but his motives and timing seriously need to be called into question. Wasn’t it Roupas who opposed an ethics package this past semester that included a full audit of the SA? As a matter […]