The guidelines do not focus on assisting survivors but are more of a measure to prevent theoretical false accusations from hurting assailants.
It is essential that all students – incoming and returning alike – and their families be kept in the loop about how the University plans to respond.
SA leaders must spend more time detailing how the split could happen and how it would impact student organization funding.
The CARES Act did not do enough to include student workers who rely on their jobs to get by during the pandemic.
Brookins has the experience needed to lead the organization, innovative solutions to recurrent problems and realistic plans to carry out his platform points.
Brandon Hill has the experience and connections with the GW community to make him an effective executive vice president.
Students should support changes to the SA constitution, fossil fuel divestment, graduate student unionization and SA voting powers on the board.
Shutting down school was the right decision. But administrators can learn from gaps in communication throughout the pandemic.
LeBlanc is and has been moving the University in the wrong direction, and his insensitive comment was the last straw.
All of our peers are taking leaps to make their schools financially accessible, but GW is moving in the wrong direction.