NubiaGomez The sticky smear of paint, the coffee-dark drip of ink, the powdery smudge of charcoal, that is how IB artists tell their stories. Over the course of their time in the class, students create an art show exhibit that shares the message they think needs to be shared — exhibits that now line the… Continue reading Storytelling through art: Artists show insight into processes and work
MearlinRoberts The Success Center has been a part of life at George Washington for a while, but it has become more relevant in our current national climate, especially when it comes to the issue of school safety. The Success Center offers several valuable services and contains two full-time social workers, a psychologist,… Continue reading Success Center offers safe place for students
NubiaGomez You may have seen students talking to walls, but who said a wall can’t be your best friend too? It may seem like a crazy idea but students in Speech and Debate make it seem normal. “[For] all of the acting and public speaking events, you have to practice in… Continue reading Talking to a wall seem awkward? Not to Speech and Debate students.