Continuing legacy admissions would perpetuate a racist and classist cycle. Universities must stop considering this factor in their admissions decisions.
Students who declared their major early should not be punished for their proactivity – they should be allowed to follow the new requirements.
Even with restrictions, reopening campus means allowing thousands of students to potentially spread COVID-19 to their peers.
Those who can vote must usher in a better voting system – one that actually allows Black voices to be amplified as much as White ones.
It is easy to get frustrated at professors, but students should be cognizant of their struggles during the pandemic and show appreciation for them.
GW should encourage professors to avoid gendered language and create a more inclusive campus store for people of all gender identities.
While the piano in Marvin Center might be annoying, the solution is not to remove the piano, but to fix the pianos in the practice rooms.
There are obvious flaws in the absentee voting system that could deter people from casting their ballots. But voting is a right, not a privilege.
Students do not need to show gratitude in significant ways, but a small “thank you” or wave would help workers feel recognized.
Forcing students to spend more money to live on campus is disadvantageous to students who cannot afford high rates.