This week’s headlines were double edged swords for both the University and the District, as both continue to deal with a potentially waning pandemic.
This week’s headlines were a mixed bag. Read our rundown of the best and worst of this week’s news.
Alongside the promising news of the Marvin Center renaming, this week’s headlines also contained disheartening news that should not be overlooked.
The headlines from the thumbs up category are meant to be seen as positive, but they barely scratch the surface of deep, complicated issues.
As the District is starting to come back to life after a year of COVID-19 restrictions, GW is coming back to life with it.
In light of the COVID-19 situation in India, each of us should engage in discussions about Indian politics.
My existence and its carbon footprint are not excused just because I don’t mean to cause environmental harm.
Courses must push students to grow out of their comfort zones, and more funding for several departments would help accomplish that.
Professors need to prioritize discussing the intersection of their class conversation and ideas of racism and sexuality.
Jessica Krug’s confesion is appalling and deeply offensive, but it only underlines ongoing racial fault lines in the history department.