At the end of the day, we just need to care about what we say and do when we talk about eating habits.
A series of homecomings – three musical experiences, courtesy of Black Southern artists – encouraged me to love my country soils.
As someone who suffers from a mental illness that is not depression or anxiety, I have not felt that I can speak out because it has not really been destigmatized.
GW should expand the pool of people who can come get tested on campus to include recent alumni, at least those who graduated in the last few years.
GW’s plan to phase out single-use plastics is a good first step, but it fails to answer a key question: By when will this take effect?
Courses must push students to grow out of their comfort zones, and more funding for several departments would help accomplish that.
We cannot address our problems until we stop making a mockery of Trump’s presidency and continue to hold him accountable.
Some day, I hope my fellow Texans and I will confront the systemic issues that got our state into this crisis.
It takes scholarship which argues all sorts of positions in order to arrive at some new truth, and counterpoints should be given the time of day.
Continuing legacy admissions would perpetuate a racist and classist cycle. Universities must stop considering this factor in their admissions decisions.