I’ve been told that my passion for women’s rights wouldn’t get me far and didn’t make sense – the Women’s March proved my critics otherwise.
Professors should find ways to utilize D.C. as a classroom more by visiting museums or other locations around the city.
While students have argued for a fall break, the break is too short for many students to go home. Officials should instead create a longer Thanksgiving break.
In case you missed it, here’s the best news from around campus and the District this week.
Many RAs are opposed to the proposed unionization, and it’s important to understand why.
The Palestinian community – like every other marginalized community – has the right to express their identities in the aftermath of a divisive election.
It is with great excitement for our future as Resident Advisers that we have filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board.
Three GW alumnae teach me to be brave, proactive and hardworking – and they should inspire other young women at GW too.
A 2016 alumna writes how the anti-Trump walkout last week made her feel proud to be a GW alumna.
Pop-up courses at GW would enable students to directly apply what they learn or have learned to what is happening in the world.