Biden’s student debt forgiveness plan doesn’t address the absurd cost of higher education that is steadily rising.
Through GW Hillel’s newly launched mental health program and my personal research, we are establishing resilience groups on campus, open to all.
We can leave urban space in the hands of cars like we’ve done for the past 70 years, or we can claim the city for ourselves
As we move further into the 2022-23 school year, officials need to approach single-use plastics like a ticking time bomb.
D.C. should abolish tipped wages altogether because the unpredictability of relying on tips is disruptive to a sustainable lifestyle.
When does a policy meant to keep a community safe no longer justify the imposition on individual freedom? For GW’s mask mandate, that time has come.
U-Pass is a great way to get students interested in taking public transportation, but it’s up to Metro to keep them coming back.
Some of your most fundamental rights are in the hands of your state government. It’s time to make a plan to vote.
We limit ourselves to only the most partisan perceptions of our peers when we fail to communicate our ideas with one another.
Blaming monkeypox on gay men and the inaccurate idea of a more sexual LGBTQ+ community fuels lies instead of slowing the disease.