Coming to a foreign country to live and study should not mean that international students have to involuntarily sever connections to our roots or home country.
After this year’s seven-spot decline from last year, it’s time for GW to think about what its change in ranking means.
Students must remain cognizant that there are differences and complexities in every culture and they all deserve to be heard.
Getting out of one’s comfort zone at GW should mean taking a break from the endless pressure.
To better show appreciation and support for University employees, GW should designate days for the student body to collectively honor their contributions.
As leaders who serve to create a better community for students, resident advisors at GW should work to better connect domestic and international students.
More explicit directions on the financial aid process and travel expense compensation can assist international students and relieve financial pressure.
A shift from pure repetition of lectures to more interactive activities in discussion sections will benefit students and be a more effective use of class time.
Students shouldn’t let the fear of the perceived negatives associated with online courses stop them from taking an online summer class.
By initiating better understanding between domestic and international students through culture-related assignments, we can further strengthen our community.