Despite losing our title, this doesn’t mean that students were slacking off politically this past year.
From power outages to superstorm Sandy, most college students are unprepared to weather the storm in an emergency situation.
Price reductions at Whole Foods will have an impact on campus by helping students make ends meet and lowering the rate of student theft.
GW hasn’t offered an explanation for the textbook change, but whatever that reason may be, it’s not worth the loss in convenience for students.
GW should add items like Plan B, tampons and medication to their pre-existing vending machines to make them more health conscious and receptive to student needs.
It’s time for GW’s current student health insurance plan to have its own check-up to reduce costs and better provide the care that students need.
Lobbying activities among colleges peaked in 2008, GW should spend money on federal lobbying activities again to fight for student interests.
Valentine’s Day wasn’t the only holiday this week. Galentine’s Day is a day for ladies to celebrate our female friendships.
You won’t find many 18 to 24 year olds with inky fingers from flipping through print newspapers, but my generation is far from newsless.
While some of Trump’s rhetoric may seem scary, what he has said so far about student loans should put students at ease.