Matthew Cohen

Basden and Cohen: Affordability and personal finance

Affordability and personal finance go hand-in-hand at GW. In our time here at GW, we have seen the University’s administration usher in a series of bold initiatives to address the issue of affordability. Initiatives such as fixed tuition for freshmen and additional offerings of need-based aid for all students exist because of key departments such […]

Matthew Cohen: Election reform can’t wait

The Student Court had a great opportunity this week, but instead they chose to duck and cover. On Monday night, the court could have boldly redefined and differentiated between what constitutes expenditure and what does not, in essence clarifying some of the “grayness” in the Joint Elections Committee charter. While past opinions say the court […]