The report clouds the ability of readers to independently assess its claims and presents incomplete findings about the content of RSC publications.
We propose that the University align itself with eight peers and meet 100 percent of the demonstrated financial need of its students.
LeBlanc, I challenge you to right your wrong and do more for the Afro community at the University.
Graduate students deserve a body that is representative, that cares about issues that concern them and that can accommodate them if they wish to be involved.
We, as the student body, will see to it that our time, money and future are not tied up in a university that co-signs and funds the most severe crisis humanity has ever faced.
We want to clarify misperceptions and offer support for the RSC and address two points that have been raised in recent discussions about the center.
As we enter a new decade, year and election cycle, this anniversary is more important than ever for black Americans across the country to redefine their culture.
GW’s ability to lead as a world-class institution and adequately educate its students is undermined by excluding sustainability in its core values.
When a tune starts to emerge from the piano, you can almost hear the collective groan of the students who are just trying to do work.
Ward 2 needs a new leader, someone who can be a champion for working people and students – Patrick Kennedy.