My experiences overall starkly contrasted with most of what the news stories and exposés would have you believe.
Even though we’ll graduate in our childhood bedrooms and may not step foot on campus for a long time, the threat of coronavirus is bigger than us.
Pass the censure resolution this Friday to help GW start to repair and restore our vibrant, diverse and creative community.
Allow people to call out racism when they see it – that brings us one step closer to curbing systemic racism.
When donations are withheld, officials do not supplement them. The money just disappears – not from GW’s bottom line, but from students’ pockets.
Reducing the academic stress both on students and faculty will help to ensure everyone’s wellbeing.
The pandemic era is lobbing brick after brick at students – reinstating the Pass/No Pass policy would make life a little easier.
COVID-19 wrecked every event and idea we had envisioned, forcing us to rethink how we fundamentally exist and operate within the GW community.
Irrespective of partisan fighting, the reality is that it is time to move forward with a Supreme Court nomination.
The job of police is to protect and serve its residents, not to attack them and commit violent acts against them in the name of maintaining civility.