GW should get rid of card readers to improve the upkeep of laundry machines and give students the ability to do laundry for free.
GW has had ample time to figure out how to provide basic living resources to students, so the lack thereof blatantly disregards their needs.
A residence hall is effectively a student’s home when they’re at college – and everyone deserves to feel safe and comfortable at home.
GW students should prioritize their mental health, encourage thoughtful discussions and create a culture of less doom scrolling.
Professors at GW should expand their definition of participation to include emails, visiting office hours and asking questions after class.
Officials should improve either their test response turnaround or tighten COVID-19 isolation protocols to stem the spread of the virus.
Approximately 17 percent of enrolled students were white men, yet they have been represented in the GW presidency 100 percent of the time.
GW should create a need-based system through financial aid grants to cover the expenses of outside counseling and psychiatry.
Students said “Ms. G” is known to engage in light-hearted gossip, encourage students to stay on top of their studies and get enough sleep.
Though the culture of protesting for equality is prevalent at GW, students’ understanding of feminism could benefit from intersectionality.