If all candidates on the ballot are undesirable for a voter, they should have the option to pencil in someone they believe would better represent students.
Divestment is more of a political statement in the face of global climate change, but it is the right direction for GW to move toward morally.
Evans’ decision to run in his own special election to replace him is just as selfish as his corrupt actions while he sat on the Council.
Grade inflation is a systemic problem, which is caused by the actions of professors and administrators, and it should be solved by them as well.
It will be easier for Tate to improve campus safety measures if he has the trust of students and the broader GW community.
We looked at ourselves to measure how diversity impacts our coverage, and we know that decreasing enrollment will hurt both us and student organizations.
Cancel culture walks a fine line between activism and character assassination, and it is often easier to cancel first and ask questions later.
The Daily should have stood by its coverage, but it is understandable why it gave into pressure from sources who may already dislike the newspaper.
The admissions process is meant to be a fair barometer of future college performance, not of a student’s ability to pay.
So long as administrators continue fostering school spirit and repairing the alumni relations office, they may soon see payoff in years to come.