While some people may question the merit of studying in Europe, the continent is diverse and provides vast cultural experiences for students.
Putting undue pressure on smaller organizations creates a cycle of groups forming, disbanding and forming again. The University must stop this pattern.
The interactions between people of entirely different backgrounds and upbringings are integral to the study abroad program.
All students are required to travel to the Vern and GW should provide a means of transportation that is clean, sustainable and efficient.
In side-stepping the principle of shared governance, outsourcing reflects one of the biggest problems with the culture of work at this University.
While you’re packing clothes and textbooks for Thanksgiving, take the time to remember that you’re not coming home as a kid, but as an adult.
Students pay for every course, and a good syllabus can help them make an informed decision on how to spend their tuition dollars.
Even though this year’s midterm elections are over, students should not let their guard down or give up the fight to make their voices heard.
Resident advisers need to fulfill their duties as a mentor and friend, rather than just a last resort conflict-solver and hall decorator.
Using the shooting as political motivation ignores the people who have been deeply affected by this tragedy.