When I decided to call myself a progressive, it was because that label embodied empathy and concern. But now, that empathy was replaced with indignation.
the controversy over Cosby’s honorary degree reveals a larger problem: Honorary degrees can bring with them huge public relations nightmares.
I recognize that they’re often disgusting and discouraging, but I usually skim the comments of almost every article I read.
Each student should be assigned a specific financial aid counselor who is responsible for that student’s aid, and can be their point of contact for all financial aid issues.
I filed my own FERPA request. I anticipated that, given classic GW bureaucracy, this wouldn’t be easy – and I wasn’t wrong.
For GW students – particularly freshmen, who were not here to follow the case initially – and for D.C. residents in general, we should be outraged by the way the city has handled its homelessness crisis.
As 2014 comes to a close, we looked back at the opinions pieces – from editors, columnists, writers and community members alike – that saw some of the most reads this calendar year.
Students can pretend like their week living on SNAP-like benefits gives them an understanding of the program. But unless they’ve really been on SNAP, it barely scratches the surface.
If women at GW decided not to shave for the entirety of this month to raise money for women’s health issues and promote body positivity, the initiative could grow into a movement matching Movember.
It shouldn’t take dozens of complaints to get the University to understand that unannounced construction on a residential building is unacceptable. And you can’t undo the two months of annoyance residents have already endured.