Panhel chapters should not look at the ban as a slap on the wrist or as a timeout but should use the semester to improve sorority culture.
There is one issue that hits close to home that GW could and should do a better job to address: the homeless crisis.
A floating tuition policy shows that the University prioritizes students who have the privilege to know what their financial situation will be each year.
Five candidates are in the race to unseat an embattled politician, and students should be part of the effort too.
By filling administrative vacancies with former colleagues of LeBlanc, the University is creating a culture of nepotism and possibly passing on more qualified candidates.
Students need to recognize that Petty’s track record in her first year has not left them in the dark, and they should utilize her in her second year.
Officials must include more students in the search committee to ensure that the next provost will adequately represent both students and faculty.
The University should hire some GWPD officers with experience and training in firearms to respond to emergency situations.
The University must endorse the IFC’s hard alcohol ban and outline consequences for not upholding the policy to help curb binge drinking among fraternities.
Community can be far better built by improving the opportunities students already have than investing in a first-year course.