Community can be far better built by improving the opportunities students already have than investing in a first-year course.
RAs play a vital role, especially for first-year and transfer students, but GW is failing to acknowledge that it treats them as if their job isn’t important.
Eliminating the SA will effectively erase student representation and further disenfranchise those who need help and guidance the most.
When the University fails to fill key positions that oversee aspects of student life that are most crucial – health and security – GW is failing students.
In addition to selecting who will hold the top two posts of the Student Association, students will cast their vote in three referendums this week.
Amy Martin has the experience, institutional knowledge and tangible goals to make change and be an effective executive vice president.
SJ Matthews has the capability and the creativity to help solve students’ problems and advocate for them as president of the Student Association.
The University Pass program is good for all students, and the University should join students in advocating and negotiating for the opt-in pass.
Now that the University has concrete data on faculty and staff issues, GW must use its new partnership to solve the University’s culture problems.
As the topic of D.C. becoming a state rises again, it is important for students and administrators to understand what they can do to help the D.C. community.