Black students are not demanding a grandiose student experience, but are simply asking for meaningful investment in our community.
Ward 2 deserves to have someone who will fight to make our District a more ethical, progressive and inclusive place. Downs is that person.
The silence felt as an Armenian living in America is deafening. The silence felt as an Armenian student at GW is even louder.
Asian American studies is critical for a school that prides itself on preparing well-rounded students for the world.
The ASPP Committee and the senate owe a “severe” apology to Swain for wrongly affirming her demonization in the GW media and to LeBlanc for attempting to erroneously censure him.
The decision to use a term other than “censure” weakened the message sent by senators to LeBlanc and sent an unfortunate message to the GW community.
Pass the censure resolution this Friday to help GW start to repair and restore our vibrant, diverse and creative community.
When donations are withheld, officials do not supplement them. The money just disappears – not from GW’s bottom line, but from students’ pockets.
It is evident from his behavior and decisions that University President Thomas LeBlanc has never had confidence in us. Now, we have lost confidence in him.
The Office of Advocacy and Support is a crucial resource for students in such uncertain times.