We know that GW already has a problem with overcrowding, and this is also reflected in the frequent lines that accumulate at the computer labs, so this year’s student election definitely did not help.
It was irresponsible for whoever reserved the entire Marvin Center computer lab to deprive students of computer usage for two days during midterm season. It would have made far more sense to have monitored and reserved two rows of computers.
This campus is aware of low voter turnout, and it is obvious the lab would always have many open computers throughout the election.
The snippy attitudes of the people monitoring the event were unreasonably anal. Some students remained in the lab frantically working on papers among other more important things.