The 2017 Student Association elections will take place on March 29 and 30, according to the official Joint Election Committee calendar.
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.
A 2016 alumna writes how the anti-Trump walkout last week made her feel proud to be a GW alumna.
We need to learn why so many people feel left out and why there is so much anger. We must learn about the people in this country who elected Trump.
This election cycle has shown me the importance of educating others and learning to be empathetically intelligent.
Though international students can’t vote, they are finding other ways to get involved in the presidential election.
No matter your academic or personal background, you can and should get involved in the election this fall.
Head to the nearest liquor store and stock up for the Democratic debate drinking game.
In an event sponsored by the College Democrats, Ezra Klein discussed the rise of the media’s role in politics and public affairs.
The Student Association debate took place Tuesday evening in Jack Morton auditorium.