The chief people officer Dana Bradley should prioritize personal relationships with staff and faculty to make the most of the University’s inaugural position.
While I went home to celebrate the beginning of the holiday, I have grown nervous of the impending difficulties of maintaining my Passover diet at GW.
Although a GWorld increase may seem like a further investment in student life, it only creates a larger burden for students to carry.
If the administration seeks to practice what it preaches, it should prioritize filling open administrative positions with women and people of color.
GW can prepare its students for post-college life and expand their knowledge of current events by providing them with free access to digital media sources.
During the holiday season, many non-Jewish students imagine that Hanukkah is vital to the Jewish faith. But let me tell you a little secret – it’s not.
While top politicians around the country are failing to reach across the aisle – students can be the start of a movement to become more bipartisan.
A missing GWorld card spells disaster, but GW can change that through a new Apple Wallet capability.