A message coming from a space of dignity consciousness, would have been much different from the message we received Wednesday.
The implementation of the long-awaited Asian American Studies minor is a reminder of how far GW has yet to go to support AAPI students.
Newly elected SA leaders must move past the status quo to positively impact the student experience at GW.
Demanding a new runoff election because of a perceived incumbency advantage is undemocratic and at odds with political science literature.
For student workers, the fight for unionization is about far more than wages – it is also about power.
We need your voice to convince CCAS that GW is ready for an urban studies minor.
Requiring four ELS sessions places an undue burden on student leaders who are already busy taking on leadership roles in organizations they care about.
Considering how essential a role they play in all of our day-to-day lives, it is appalling that we have heard accounts of their poor treatment.
We cannot continue to allow climate deniers publishing deregulatory work under our university’s name.
Climate deniers and fossil fuel cronies are still trading on GW’s credibility. The University needs to pick the side of positive change for our future.