It is well within reason that the University provide the security students are promised to protect what we call home for a majority of the year.
I know how nerve-wracking it can be to come out to family. I know how scary it can be to bring home a new partner. And I know how dangerous it can be.
While racial and ethnic diversity remains a problem at GW, the lack of economic diversity exacerbates this disparity more so than at most institutions.
Shuttling residents to GW Hospital to alleviate the issues with other hospitals is not a permanent fix – but instead a Band-Aid on a worsening wound.
With Amazon’s new headquarters in Crystal City located only a few miles and five Metro stops from campus, this is an exciting time for students.
As a student in the United States, I never gave much thought to academic freedom because mine was never in danger of being suppressed.
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.
Shirking responsibility or embarrassing students for asking questions must never be tolerated in the classroom.
By running 24-hour study facilities, like Gelman Library, for students, GW is inadvertently endorsing unhealthy study behavior.
Hunger on our campus has been a silent, isolating student experience for many years, and it’s time for GW to be an outspoken leader on this issue.