By continuing to only celebrate women of color who are the first or the youngest, their accomplishments are not seen on the same playing field as others.
Seattle’s ban on plastic drinking straws went into effect last weekend, but this week the trend continued closer to home.
Raising taxes makes the service less affordable and students will no longer be able to rely on Uber and Lyft for cheap and reliable rides.
This week, the Trump administration made a move that will hurt some students by revoking federal support for affirmative action.
Conversations about mental health shouldn’t be reserved for high school and college students.
Discounts at Whole Foods for Amazon Prime members could help ease food insecurity on campus, making it a highlight of this week’s news.
Initiative 77 works to ease the income inequality gap, but an increased minimum wage is still not enough to afford housing in D.C.
While many District residents celebrated this week, some alumni felt like they were left in the dark about pending changes to the GW Alumni Association.
With additional resources, producers of “13 Reasons Why” meet their goal of starting a productive conversation about tough topics.
While I didn’t know this coming into GW, incoming freshmen should embrace all opportunities with an open mind.