SMPA students are often left on their own to figure out courses during their freshman year. A peer mentor could help fill in these information gaps.
Students should work harder to convince the University that they care about the arts and other creative programs at GW.
GW should take advantage of this unique opportunity and become the first school to publicly oppose the Safe Campus Act.
First-generation students experiencing culture shock should jump at the chance to participate in this organization to help ease their transition.
GW should rectify the gap between undergraduate and graduate students by organizing informal campus events that benefit both groups.
GW’s sudden impulse to change resident advisers' responsibilities leaves us wondering whether RAs are valued for the amount of work on their plates.
It’s essential that SA leadership not only designs initiatives, but also takes decisive actions to see those initiatives enacted by the University.
Right now, GW is doing its students a disservice by keeping Colonial Inauguration so separate from the rest of their freshman year.
With class registration approaching, shoot for registering for at least one class you're interested in, even if it doesn't fulfill any requirements.
If we establish rules about when to disconnect from technology we can work toward a balance between digital connection and a real-life presence.
There a number of ways professors could add some life to the traditional class style through more innovative technology.
This lawsuit could very well trigger an Title IX investigation by the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights – and that wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing.
Through study away programs, students can gain cross-cultural perspectives in diverse communities within the United States.
GW created a responder program this fall for neighbors to report their complaints about off-campus student behavior, a perennial issue in the Foggy Bottom area.
What Cosby did is an affront not only to women, but in some ways to students and activists on college campuses.
I came to GW to express myself politically but also mindfully. In this political lull, reflect on why being “political” isn’t always better.
GW needs to conduct a study that investigates whether campus lighting is sufficient, and look for improvements to make over the next few years.
GW needs language-specific liaisons for parents of international students to help bridge communication gaps between GW and international parents.
In such a large academic community, students need to develop a relationship with one adviser, which the new CCAS advising system does not allow.
Students need more formal, up-front training about how to respond in an active shooter situation, whether in person or through an online training.
The University Writing Program aims to bring all students to the same standard of writing, but every freshman arrives at GW at a different writing level.
After getting to GW, I realized just how hard it actually is to find a home on campus – so I decided to sign up for recruitment.
The GW community – including students, faculty and University officials – should do more to help students just returning from a temporary withdrawal.
There’s no harm in taking your first year of college to find yourself, rather than getting lost in the desire to overachieve.
Students must be willing to actively change the culture of silence and hostility on campus – that starts with sexual assault prevention training.
It’s tough to keep up with everything happening on campus, especially if you aren’t here every day.
GW should give students an incentive to leave campus through a credit on their GWorld cards, which can be used to ride the bus or the Metro.
It’s time for the University to get this turnover under control, and demonstrate a commitment to keeping its most important departments more stable – for everyone’s sake.
The campus streetscape is still lacking when it comes to making Foggy Bottom safer for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers.
When people talk about their discussion sections, if the teaching assistant's name is hard to pronounce, it’s met with a sympathetic sigh.