Blaming monkeypox on gay men and the inaccurate idea of a more sexual LGBTQ+ community fuels lies instead of slowing the disease.
While GW’s commitment to the 120 Initiative is admirable, it’ll take decisive action, not more research, to end gun violence in D.C. and across the country.
Amid record high traffic fatalities, the deaths of three cyclists and a pedestrian in D.C. this month exemplify the need for better, safer streets.
Two D.C. buildings provide very different models on how city and University officials approach redevelopment.
The SA’s latest scandal isn’t just a microcosm of its failures — it’s the final nail in the coffin of its current iteration.
Restoring varsity status to the highly competitive coed sailing team would demonstrate GW’s support for athletics and reinvigorate school spirit among fans.
History has saddled GW with a brand that fails to reflect its values, and changing the Colonials moniker now would rectify that grave mistake.
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.
With freshmen arriving this fall while drug abuse and addiction persist, now is the time for GW to improve its prevention programs and recovery resources.