GW’s plan to review its Title IX procedures will better enable the University to handle cases, but a court decision to block the District’s good reason handgun law will make it harder to ensure public safety.
GW and other colleges in the U.S. need to follow the lead of other international universities and not ask students to spend an absurd amount of money on textbooks.
Viewers must remember that they are being fed something that is coming from the minds of writers and directors, not doctors and specialists.
GW recently implemented a new online learning management system, but having recently been exposed for fabricating their suspension rates, maybe it’s D.C. Public Schools that need a management system.
Students who feel fatigued by the constant barrage of bad news and the social media echo chamber should take breaks by spending less time on social media.
A new rehabilitation program for students facing alcohol and drug violations offers a way out of punishment, while the Metropolitan Police Department doubles down on arrests for public marijuana use.
Extending deadlines for the KACIF application would allow more students to have the opportunity to take unpaid internships.
The desire for a curated social media feed should not override the responsibility of giving public memorials the respect they deserve.
Students shouldn’t let the fear of the perceived negatives associated with online courses stop them from taking an online summer class.
The increase in D.C.’s minimum wage is reason to celebrate, but the spike in violent crimes following Fourth of July festivities in the District is cause for concern.