Gendered bathrooms enforce a rigid gender binary that is exclusive of transgender and gender nonconforming people on campus.
D.C. should abolish tipped wages altogether because the unpredictability of relying on tips is disruptive to a sustainable lifestyle.
Here’s to a second dose that goes better than the first.
Blaming monkeypox on gay men and the inaccurate idea of a more sexual LGBTQ+ community fuels lies instead of slowing the disease.
While students eye the future of a storied residence hall with new glamor, darker headlines in D.C. overshadow the anticipation of their return to the city.
Hard-fought activism wins – Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is no longer teaching at GW.
In a major step back from its original plans, the University announced none of the new dining halls will open by the start of the fall semester.
This past week, we saw one of the most disheartening headlines in recent history.
One month into summer break, GW is changing things up. To catch you up on all the ups and downs, here’s the best and worst of this week’s headlines:
GW should get rid of card readers to improve the upkeep of laundry machines and give students the ability to do laundry for free.