Students should learn from Harnett and Woods and become more engaged in local D.C. politics by attending neighborhood meetings to make a change.
GW should show seniors that they care about their lives after Foggy Bottom by requiring a mandatory session with a senior class adviser.
GW and other colleges in the U.S. need to follow the lead of other international universities and not ask students to spend an absurd amount of money on textbooks.
Even though immigration from my native country hasn’t been restricted, there’s immense uncertainty in the immigrant community.
It’s important for students who want universities to become more diverse to be cognizant of potential changes to affirmative action policies.