Campus resources may be more accessible as GW moves to cut the undergraduate population, but D.C.’s July fourth celebration drained its security funds.
While the minimum wage in the District is increasing to $14 per hour, a law school alumna came under fire for her defense of migrant detention centers.
Some students may have missed out on Pride celebrations while they were back home, so GW should host more Pride events during the school year.
The District should stop trying to enforce fines on fare evasion and instead use an honor system that encourages people to pay for the Metro.
While a leading presidential candidate introduced a plan to eliminate student loan debt, the NCAA does not want student athletes to be paid.
GW should not let racists into our school, even if they apologize and insist they have changed after being caught.
While a sociology professor became the first African to write a biography of Nelson Mandela, councilmember Jack Evans is under fire once again.
While Jack Evans’ growing competition might dim his chances of reelection, another top administrator is packing up her bags.
Students who want a smaller, more intimate class that does not take up too much free time should enroll in a summer course.
While the GW Research Studies Center came under fire for alleged right-wing bias, SEAS has a new incoming dean.