If GW released its anonymous admissions data in full, it would be a valuable step toward transparency in light of its “data-gate” scandals in the past.
If the MSSC wants to develop a more inclusive campus community , officials should add sessions that address political diversity.
Officials might overlook just how important the classroom environment is – but windowless classrooms with chipping paint are a hindrance to learning.
If students feel that taking notes on computers is the way they want to learn the information, then they should be able to make that decision.
Regardless of a student’s academic path, taking humanities courses expands a student’s mind and perspective.
Although GW’s history with Blackboard is financially advantageous, the University should find and utilize the best online learning site for students.
Colonials weekend is coming, and upperclassmen may notice something a little different about this year’s schedule: There’s no big-name celebrity headliner.
Students should have gotten more consistent updates about the steps police were taking – even if they just told us that investigations were ongoing.
GW should recognize that electric buses are a long-term sustainable solution to transportation. It's time that the Vex stops running on diesel fuel.
The current policy holds back students who might be capable of succeeding but struggle to recall basic math skills they haven't used since the eighth grade.
The 2014 and 2015 climate survey results are incomparable. And university officials need to fill in the blanks.
A tax or a price tag that treats menstruation as a luxury rather than as necessity is restrictive and harmful to those who need these hygienic products.
Opening a pantry demonstrates that officials are aware that some students have a hard time making ends meet – for short or for long periods of time.
GW students should guide students through the college application process to ensure that D.C. high schoolers have the tools to be competitive candidates.
With a driven administration and an involved student body, awareness about refugees can be translated into action.