As D.C. reopens, some people are beginning to return to normal activities, while many more around the world have not been able to receive the vaccine.
Beyond the efficacy of vaccines, the negative effects of online school demonstrate why we must attend each class in person next semester.
In light of the COVID-19 situation in India, each of us should engage in discussions about Indian politics.
The need for police reform is clear, but abolishing the police would hurt the people it is intended to help.
Administrators should provide clear guidance on the COVID-19 vaccine requirement for international students hoping to return to campus.
The COVID-19 pandemic era has made it abundantly clear that GW’s residence halls are exorbitantly priced and leave much to be desired.
The current structure of law enforcement is so entrenched with violence, corruption and inadequate provision of safety that it cannot be reformed.
The episode underscores that saying “thoughts and prayers” without action is a cop-out to ending gun violence.
When the majority of faculty say that it is time to move on, then it is time for the Board of Trustees to do what LeBlanc cannot – listen.
Students and the GW community need to recognize the cyclical nature of antagonism against Asians – this has happened before and will continue to happen until we recognize xenophobia in this country.