COVID-19 wrecked every event and idea we had envisioned, forcing us to rethink how we fundamentally exist and operate within the GW community.
I noticed that each airport except for my stop at John F. Kennedy Airport took precautions to protect people from COVID-19.
A few years ago, the prospect of abruptly ending my college life would have scared me. But now I am prepared to graduate, even without the ceremony.
The waiting and uncertainty of GW’s response to the virus were difficult to manage while I was abroad.
We may not see improvements as visible as an Academy Award, but we can still continue pushing toward a more inclusive campus.
Even if I have had my share of awkward birthdays and feelings of loneliness, at least I have something going for me. For one, nobody ever forgets my birthday.
Kobe Bryant’s death was mourned by millions of fans, but it also raised questions about how to celebrate the life of someone accused of rape.
Biphobia, fear of bisexuality, is a threat to the bisexual community and can be helped by first acknowledging the problem.
Taking an unconventional path is ultimately more valuable for me because I will gain experience that will help set me on a career I want.
Ignorance of students’ financial situations creates division among those of different economic backgrounds.