GW’s new orientation eliminates a financial burden on families and encourages camaraderie in the new freshman class.
By running 24-hour study facilities, like Gelman Library, for students, GW is inadvertently endorsing unhealthy study behavior.
The pressure to be political at GW forces students to blindly take a stance on every issue and furthers the partisanship on campus.
With additional resources, producers of “13 Reasons Why” meet their goal of starting a productive conversation about tough topics.
These changes to the dining plan alone won’t spur healthier eating for students.
As a university deeply committed to the benefits obtained from studying abroad, GW should do more to support students who hope to study internationally.