No matter what this administration says, transgender people aren’t going anywhere and we certainly won’t go quietly.
I’m cautiously optimistic about the First Year Experience program, and I hope that it succeeds in better preparing Elliott School students for their futures.
There is an extreme lack of diversity in content in the Elliott School, hindering students’ ability to gain a well-rounded understanding of the world.
A grade on a final exam, paper or project in a class shouldn’t have the power to destroy your cumulative grade for the semester.
The University should streamline the process for applying to FWS jobs and provide more support for students so it is easier for them to access their FWS aid.
The current restrictions implemented on gender-neutral housing put pressure on trans and nonbinary students, and changes must be made to improve this option.
Every student is different and deserves to be seen as an individual, instead of characterized by the school they are enrolled in.
To help students at both lower and higher writing levels, UW courses should be separated by ability.