You will have your entire life to date many people or find your soulmate, but freshman year, you should focus on yourself.
Finding community as a queer person is emotionally and mentally taxing. Even in an inclusive city, the perfect community does not just come together.
By filling administrative vacancies with former colleagues of LeBlanc, the University is creating a culture of nepotism and possibly passing on more qualified candidates.
Officials granted student employees paid sick time, but GW was once again left off a list of the most politically active universities in the country.
The GW Hospital was named one of the top D.C.-area hospitals, but the District was ranked one of the most expensive cities in the world.
The ANC is speeding up the GW Hospital’s helipad construction, while one alum’s discrimination complaint calls for better treatment of non-tenured faculty.
The chief people officer Dana Bradley should prioritize personal relationships with staff and faculty to make the most of the University’s inaugural position.
Officials approved $10 million to spend on campus improvements, while a new poll shows that a majority of Americans do not back D.C statehood.
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.