With 83-year-old Justice Stephen Breyer making sounds about retiring, what would that action mean, with a Liberal-Controlled government?
How can our resident campus activities portal be improved? In several different ways Staff writer Anders Svenningsen answers that question.
Shocking news of Mark Few's DUI struck the GU community last week. What should we think going forward about the Men's basketball team's future?
The use of an exclusively Black American dialect of English is troubling, to say the least. What implications does this unticking trend have on our campus?
It's been 20 years since the tragic events of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, leaving a generation without memory of the loss of life. Yet, it's still important to memorialize and remember that day.
With the recent 5-4 Supreme Court decision to uphold Texas' anti-abortion rule, many women have been stripped of their rights, opening the door for more extreme measures.
Recently, Scarlett Johansson has filed suit against Disney for its breach of contract in releasing "Black Widow" on Disney+. What does this case mean for the future of theaters and streaming?
Last week's release of GU's report on clergy sexual abuse left many questions unanswered. We must ask for clarity in the wake of such a tragedy, trying our faith and grace.
Following President Biden's hasty withdrawal, the Afghanistan War has officially been drawn to a close, but what does this mean to the generation that has known nothing but a country at conflict?
Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine has been FDA approved. What does this mean for the anti-vaxxers and the community at large? Are vaccination mandates a likely next step?
The fear of governmental oppression in the educational system has now entered the mask debate. Here's a reminder of why we're sacrificing our valuable visible smiles.
After three school years having been tainted by COVID-19, in person is back. However, this brings a whole new set of challengers, so what can we expect from GU?
In the wake of DaBaby's apology for homophobic speech lacking luster, many questions arise. Chief among these is "how can we demand accountability?"
Dear Class of 2025, wondering what to expect your first year? Here are some tips and tricks to college life in the aftermath of COVID-19.
This year more than ever we've seen a rise in performative activism. On paper it might look helpful, but in reality it can do more harm than good.
In this week's dueling column, staff writer Arielle Clayborn argues that horoscopes help us create a sense of self in an ever changing world.
In a year where it has been hard to find the silver lining, staff writer Cade Hajovsky encourages us to reflect on our personal growth this past year.
With Annmarie Caño as the new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, the school is taking steps to make sure they create an inclusive community for all.
In this week's dueling column, staff writer Anders Svenningsen rebuffs the idea that zodiac signs have anything to do with a person's character.
From reluctant fan to biggest cheerleader, Riley Utley reflects on her time as a GU men's basketball fan and the memories she will forever cherish.
Making the switch to a plant based diet might seem daunting, but if you just start with little changes here and there you'll be surprised at how easy it is.
Even though this hasn't been a normal year in any way, senior year of college still holds all the bittersweet magic, pandemic or no pandemic.
In the past few weeks there have been countless headlines boasting that the pandemic is nearing its end, but this narrative is doing more harm than good.
There's a new internet feud brewing: Millennials vs Gen Z. From skinny jeans to side parts, the attacks lobbed at each side are entertaining to say the least.
The harmful new trend circulating on TikTok, "Super Straight" is a direct attack on the LGBTQ community and promoting a damaging narrative on sexuality.
This past week has shed light on the discrepancies in treatment between male and female athletes during the March Madness tournament.
The public's perception of the Royal Family shifted dramatically after Meghan and Harry's interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this month.
In light of Sarah Everard's murder earlier this month, women have come forward to express the fears they feel on a daily basis, and how they try and stay safe.