While there may not be a quick fix to longstanding maintenance and facilities issues, students need to feel comfortable living at GW
GW has once again excelled in public health decision-making but fallen short in communicating to students.
Officials have made genuinely commendable efforts and solid progress at bringing more important components of the GW community into making decisions.
With new leadership, the SA needs to level with students about what it can’t do, and students need to lay off the cyberbullying.
One candidate brings a perfect fusion of passion and policy to the table. Students should vote for Dasia Bandy for SA president this year.
Passing this referendum would overcomplicate student org funding and stick SA senators with their predecessors’ budget.
The SA represents students – so we strive to figure out who would do the best job advocating for the community.
Granados exhibited a unique passion for advocating for students whose voices need to be heard, combined with the experience needed to be effective.
Officials have said that financial aid will increase along with cost of attendance – but students need more details about how affordable GW will be.
It is self-evident that this is an outrageous violation of student privacy – in both a moral sense and based on GW’s own stated data guidelines