Technology has become of a double-edged sword for me, leaving me longing for the once paper-dominant world to return.
For many first-generation and low-income students, a college education is one of the first steps we have taken toward success and financial security.
Two writers weigh in on the potential and pitfalls of the artificial intelligence program ChatGPT.
The new contraception vending machine on campus demonstrates that the SA can get things done – and just how far it still has to go.
The University must clearly distinguish antisemitism from anti-Zionism in its nondiscrimination and nonretaliation policies.
George Santos was elected before the mainstream media picked apart his phony resume, due to the decline in local newspaper readership.
Amid the ambiguity of my second semester at GW, I’ve adjusted my definition of home like a camera lens shifting into focus.
Fostering an inclusive community requires action, not just words. The sooner the University starts, the better.
In the midst of a changing pandemic culture and the embrace of a new normal, GW needs to update its masking policy
In the past year or so, the basement of District House has felt more like Gelman Library than its once vibrant former self.