Majors force students to become one trick ponies instead of jacks of all trades, which isn’t beneficial in the workplace.
A large national chain took admirable steps to improve their handling of bias, but it’s hard to be completely optimistic.
As a proud and loyal GW alumnus, I will continue my longtime and significant support for GW as long as we remain known as the Colonials.
Students, including myself, shouldn’t feel guilty for going home to work as camp counselors or in customer service to earn money and spend time with family.
Growing up queer and Jewish in New Hampshire is different than growing up with these attributes in a diverse city like D.C.
While new Title IX policies are a step in the right direction, there is still room for improvement and GW needs to make updates to protect students.
While interracial couples are being represented more in television and movies, we can’t rely on Hollywood to have the hard conversations for us.
GW can help students learn the basics of budgeting by training incoming students on how to spend wisely, which students can apply toward post-college spending.
Knowledge is power, so the University should give its students all the information possible to feel safe in their community.
As the University looks to be more inclusive, it needs to determine all the ways it might make students of certain groups feel uncomfortable.