Reviewing LeBlanc and Maltzman is the first step in a process that makes the University feel less like a bureaucracy, but there is much more work to be done.
Students want affordable and comfortable housing, but that’s not always an option at GW. And it’s past time that administrators listen to students’ needs.
Shuttling residents to GW Hospital to alleviate the issues with other hospitals is not a permanent fix – but instead a Band-Aid on a worsening wound.
As long as GW continues sweeping problems under the rug, issues will continue in the athletic department and across the University.
Putting undue pressure on smaller organizations creates a cycle of groups forming, disbanding and forming again. The University must stop this pattern.
Students pay for every course, and a good syllabus can help them make an informed decision on how to spend their tuition dollars.
This is not the first time students have advocated that the University to change the name of the Marvin Center, but it should be the last.
No admissions process is perfect. But universities, including GW, should be striving toward a more perfect system through transparency.
GW has discredited a body that exists solely to serve the University, which is both frustrating and confounding.
SA President Ashley Le has numerous goals with vague solutions and it’s vital that she doesn’t get lost in the list she has created.