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.
As the current president and executive vice president of the Student Association, we’ve seen how crucial it is to advocate for the University to be and do better.
What GSU wants is recognition by the University and an opportunity to bargain in good faith.
For me, it’s clear: we absolutely can be Jewish and feminist and supportive of other minority communities.
It is troubling to see GW’s preeminence as a research university deployed to legitimize the fossil fuel industry’s political narrative.
We have to go beyond the marble man on our logo – to read, to learn and to come to terms with Washington’s complex life and legacy.
After the shooting that claimed the lives of 27 Americans Monday morning in Texas, it’s times to say enough is enough.
We and our allies are reshaping what the second Monday of October represents: enduring indigenous resilience, strength and beauty.