History has saddled GW with a brand that fails to reflect its values, and changing the Colonials moniker now would rectify that grave mistake.
Despite a few highlights, the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic and gun violence continue to cast a shadow over this summer.
More than a century and a half after the first celebration of Juneteenth, has the United States really moved forward at all?
One month into summer break, GW is changing things up. To catch you up on all the ups and downs, here’s the best and worst of this week’s headlines:
Robert White’s candidacy provides a break from the city’s past failures and an exciting vision of a more progressive and better future for all Washingtonians.
As the father of a competitive tennis star, I watched GW nearly crush my son’s dreams when it failed to address the racist abuse he received.
From administrative changes to an uptick in COVID-19 cases and a lawsuit against GW’s athletics department, here’s the best and worst of this week’s headlines.
In uncertain times, the challenges the Class of 2022 have faced have provided them with the insight and opportunities to be a force for good.
As Congress attempts to address recent mass shootings, our representatives must hear the voices of victims of other forms of gun violence.
GW should get rid of card readers to improve the upkeep of laundry machines and give students the ability to do laundry for free.