With so many adjunct professors teaching at the University, students are not getting all that they can out of their education.
GW needs to update the housing website with current photos or videos of the inside of rooms to allow students to make an informed decision on their future home.
What is particularly troubling to see is how many people who participated in racist activities have yet to be held accountable for their actions.
Each woman going through recruitment is an individual who is much more than what they are wearing, their major, hometown and why they came to GW.
While District Connections can help freshmen become more comfortable with D.C. as their new home, the program should be expanded to include upperclassmen.
A student organization dedicated to fostering acceptance of being nonpartisan is necessary to make moderate students welcome in politics.
Resident advisers need to fulfill their duties as a mentor and friend, rather than just a last resort conflict-solver and hall decorator.
Using the shooting as political motivation ignores the people who have been deeply affected by this tragedy.
SMPA must increase diversity efforts by promoting students’ voices and admitting more minority students.