We have a responsibility to keep speaking out to make change. And this November, that means turning out to vote and making our vote count.
LeBlanc’s mistakes and loss of confidence makes it clear that he should resign – but we must recognize he is a symptom of a larger problem.
Universities may not have made perfect decisions in response to the pandemic, but they were left to their own devices with little national oversight.
Officials must take tangible steps to change what’s staring them in the face – the Colonials nickname and the Marvin Center.
Administrators must provide students with more up-to-date information to stop the spread of misinformation and confusion among students.
Last year, the Editorial Board called for some GWPD officers to be armed, but this demand was wrong and ill-conceived.
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.