Despite what many cisgender white gay men at GW may believe, we have done a insufficient job ensuring that our community represents all the colors of the rainbow.
While GW is taking a step in the right direction by becoming more environmentally friendly, D.C. has taken steps backward after a series of racially charged incidents.
Students look forward to exploring the culture of exotic countries, causing some cultures right here in the U.S. to be ignored.
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.
New virtual reality technology can now take you inside your surgery, but the University’s summer study abroad programs won’t take you to where you want to go.
Advice for the first-year future citizen leaders from Peter Konwerski, the vice provost and dean of student affairs.
Instead of trying to go to every single CI activity, freshmen shouldn’t be afraid to skip a few CI activities to form memories with new friends.
Editorial boards provide a human perspective on the news by telling them why they should care about what’s happening and how it can impact them.
Programming efforts for incoming freshmen Vernies should be redone to improve college life for incoming freshmen Vernies.
Sometimes student advocacy can feel slow, but it is always worth the challenge when the end result is making improvements in the everyday lives of students.