As the start of the academic year draws closer, education has dominated news headlines.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam condemned an approved plan to arm teachers and staff in a rural school district this week.
The current news cycle effortlessly becomes the main topic of all conversations. But adults aren’t the only one’s talking politics – children are, too.
This week, the Trump administration made a move that will hurt some students by revoking federal support for affirmative action.
Discounts at Whole Foods for Amazon Prime members could help ease food insecurity on campus, making it a highlight of this week’s news.
While I didn’t know this coming into GW, incoming freshmen should embrace all opportunities with an open mind.
A large national chain took admirable steps to improve their handling of bias, but it’s hard to be completely optimistic.
Students, including myself, shouldn’t feel guilty for going home to work as camp counselors or in customer service to earn money and spend time with family.
While interracial couples are being represented more in television and movies, we can’t rely on Hollywood to have the hard conversations for us.
The University must speak out against adding a question to the U.S. census that will impact schools and affect lower-income students.