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.
Students should take the opportunity to learn more about cultures other than their own during the three heritage months this semester.
Implying that the blue light system improves security on campus is misleading to prospective students and parents.
The financial aid office is struggling with the number of concerns from students, but these changes will help address those issues.
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.