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.
Our streets host two pandemics – one, pedestrian injury, and the other, a deadly virus that endangers those forced to walk too close to one another.
We fear that the administration is using this crisis to accomplish its own long-term vision of changing the nature of GW in a short-term, backhanded way.
While GW decides whether to continue self-describing as Colonials, we should start working to restructure higher education.
Trump does not represent conservative values, conservative should not vote for him this November.
As people all over the country take to the streets to protest recent police killings, students must internalize their messages and seek change on campus.
I can’t help but live in fear because as long as you’re black, nothing you say or do matters as long as you look the part. And you always look the part.
A much better solution, albeit one that would require enough courage to buck the existing trend, is a hiring binge. Not a hiring freeze.
Other schools understand that by investing their endowments in the fossil fuel industry, they are selling out their students’ futures.