Tiana Pigford

Republicans broaden canvassing efforts beyond White House

The GW College Republicans are expanding their campaign efforts since 2008 to push for their candidates in crucial congressional races along with the race for the White House. The CR’s largest campaign trip this year will revolve around Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., who is running against Democrat Elizabeth Warren in the nation’s priciest congressional race […]

Republican student represents GW at convention

When thousands flocked to Tampa, Fla. for the Republican National Convention last week, junior James Reed worked behind the scenes ushering delegates to their seats, handing out paperwork and collecting signs across the arena. He was one of five young Republicans selected from California’s convention page program this year, beating out nearly 100 applicants for […]

City education leader calls for graduates to cross boundaries

A D.C. public education policy leader pushed students graduating from the Graduate School of Education and Human Development to break out of their confines to overcome setbacks. De’Shawn Wright, the deputy major of education for Mayor Vincent Gray, spoke to the school’s graduates Saturday about overcoming adversity to achieve success others may not have always […]

Students arrested in protest for statehood

Correction appended Six students sat silently in the middle of the street holding hands Wednesday when U.S. Capitol Police officers put them in handcuffs. Demonstrating with about 20 others to kick off the DC Statehood Student Association’s last colony campaign, students marched from Kogan Plaza to the Capitol to protest the District’s lack of full […]