Recruiting native foreign language speakers would further integrate international and domestic students and increase the quality of academic help.
Flying around the country or abroad is an irresponsible decision that needlessly endangers airline workers and local communities.
GW should expand the pool of people who can come get tested on campus to include recent alumni, at least those who graduated in the last few years.
Some day, I hope my fellow Texans and I will confront the systemic issues that got our state into this crisis.
Not having to worry that my parents will die from a trip to the grocery store is a huge burden off my shoulders.
The get-to-the-top culture of GW foments blatant disregard for actions and consequences. Brookins is an example of this.
Giving students a few days to complete an exam is more fair than expecting them to regurgitate information in a brief class.
Reducing the academic stress both on students and faculty will help to ensure everyone’s wellbeing.
GW chapter of the Young America’s Foundation demonstrates ignorance of the basic facts behind pushes to change campus names.
Until our community can move past LeBlanc’s turbulent and forgettable tenure, we will continue to struggle to be heard.