George Santos was elected before the mainstream media picked apart his phony resume, due to the decline in local newspaper readership.
In the midst of a changing pandemic culture and the embrace of a new normal, GW needs to update its masking policy
In the past year or so, the basement of District House has felt more like Gelman Library than its once vibrant former self.
A student voice on the need for adequate athletic opportunities might finally shift the tide in a neighborhood that’s historically opposed stadium lighting.
GW and we as students cannot continue to turn a blind eye to the epidemic of food insecurity occurring on our own campus and its surrounding communities.
There is no ethical way to create social media content theorizing and sleuthing this early into a developing case, especially one concerning homicide.
Students only have four years at GW, and I’m dreading wasting my time with another semester of required classes next spring.
The University must address its miscalculated meal plan to ensure that students’ funds don’t run dry before the end of the semester.
A “not our problem” liability statement during orientation can’t replace comprehensive support for survivors of sexual assault.
GW’s Office for Study Abroad must commit itself to a multicultural perspective and promote all study abroad opportunities on an equal footing.