GW’s plan to divest from fossil fuels shows the power of student activism. But D.C. residents’ advocacy for statehood has been met with hostility.
Trump does not represent conservative values, conservative should not vote for him this November.
In the University’s plan to reopen, students, faculty and staff will be put at great risk of contracting the coronavirus.
While the University still awaits news on whether campus will be allowed to reopen in the fall, D.C. is entering phase two of reopening the city.
Last year, the Editorial Board called for some GWPD officers to be armed, but this demand was wrong and ill-conceived.
Congress has the power and obligation to end the disenfranchisement of D.C.’s residents by granting statehood.
Those who can vote must usher in a better voting system – one that actually allows Black voices to be amplified as much as White ones.
While students anxiously await more details on the University’s fall semester plan, the diversity and inclusion office has created an important series that is aimed at anti-racism education and diversity at GW.
Activism needs to be complemented by consuming more information from long-form news sources that provide an unbiased account of events, rather than only consuming our friends’ opinions.
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