The ASPP Committee and the senate owe a “severe” apology to Swain for wrongly affirming her demonization in the GW media and to LeBlanc for attempting to erroneously censure him.
My interactions with “Karens” while working retail have been quite the circus because it appears that common sense and humanity is nonexistent inside the store.
Students are trying to grab control of a situation that is completely out of our hands, and they have every right to do so.
When you cast your vote this November, think about the LGBTQ families whose lives your vote will directly impact.
If you feel comfortable enough to vote for someone without a chance of winning, you’re coming from a place of privilege.
Officials have a social responsibility to rethink GW’s closure and allow the Class of 2024 to come to campus this spring.
The decision to use a term other than “censure” weakened the message sent by senators to LeBlanc and sent an unfortunate message to the GW community.
My experiences overall starkly contrasted with most of what the news stories and exposés would have you believe.
Even though we’ll graduate in our childhood bedrooms and may not step foot on campus for a long time, the threat of coronavirus is bigger than us.
Pass the censure resolution this Friday to help GW start to repair and restore our vibrant, diverse and creative community.