Two D.C. buildings provide very different models on how city and University officials approach redevelopment.
While recent changes to GW’s Foggy Bottom Campus are no doubt improvements, this week’s headlines are a reminder that progress isn’t so simple.
In a major step back from its original plans, the University announced none of the new dining halls will open by the start of the fall semester.
The SA’s latest scandal isn’t just a microcosm of its failures — it’s the final nail in the coffin of its current iteration.
Restoring varsity status to the highly competitive coed sailing team would demonstrate GW’s support for athletics and reinvigorate school spirit among fans.
From F Street House to Pennsylvania Avenue, the best and worst of this week’s headlines all have one thing in common – politics and power.
To protect GW’s prestige and the health and well-being of its community, officials must muster up the courage to remove Thomas from the law school’s faculty.
For the child victims of gun violence across the nation, we must dare to dream of a better world that includes stricter, effective gun control measures.
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This past week, we saw one of the most disheartening headlines in recent history.