The University and students should be more accommodating to on-campus staff when they require them to work during what is defined as an “emergency.”
With some realistic renovations and relocation of items, Gelman Library can be more efficiently designed to cater to different students’ needs.
If GW offered more GPAC courses that center around the different areas of writing for the arts, students can explore the world of art more effectively.
In order to create spaces where students will build a community, more inviting lounges should exist on upper floors of older residence halls.
More student groups that work to empower different students should follow in FSU’s lead, by running their own version of a social media campaign.
GW should partner with more restaurants that specifically cater to all the different cultures we see on campus.
With a larger budget, Alternative Breaks could complete service work internationally while also giving more financially to communities in need.
Many people occasionally volunteer, but regular nonprofit work should be a priority for students all-year round.
Students should be able to send FixIt requests directly to the type of worker who would handle their problem.
The price jump from freshman year housing to upperclassmen housing makes GW unaffordable for some students.