It is not our place to vilify people who want to return to campus, especially when the risks of reopening could potentially be managed.
GW’s insistence on keeping the Confucius Institute open not only defies rationality but violates our character as an institution.
The government has limited where we can go and who we can interact with. Assuming those rules will subside after the pandemic is naive.
Students should show GW some appreciation for all it’s done for them, instead of looking for reasons to fight the University.