Hunger on our campus has been a silent, isolating student experience for many years, and it’s time for GW to be an outspoken leader on this issue.
While America will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s birth in January, GW will be terminating the Jackie Robinson Project by May.
In side-stepping the principle of shared governance, outsourcing reflects one of the biggest problems with the culture of work at this University.
If we want students to absorb the content we teach them, we must connect with each individually through using their names.
As a proud and loyal GW alumnus, I will continue my longtime and significant support for GW as long as we remain known as the Colonials.
Knowledge is power, so the University should give its students all the information possible to feel safe in their community.
The SA validated anti-Semitism by not censuring Forrest and by approving this divisive resolution to silence Jewish voices.
The University has a duty to ensure that every student is able to speak their beliefs and advocate for their own well-being.
This narrative ignores the history and present-day reality of a complex geopolitical conflict, and does nothing to contribute to peace and reconciliation.
Making all students pay for the University’s health insurance plan poses many key problems.