International students need a supportive community to successfully transition to life at GW, but that can be hard to come by.
Students don’t benefit from being part of a consortium if the courses available and information about how to register for them is not easily accessible.
It’s time GW revamps their research system to make it more accessible and student-friendly for undergraduates.
The launch of the new textbook sharing program shows that GW is making progress on affordability. But GW Hospital needs to take a look at its performance after failing to rank regionally and nationally.
GW’s plan to review its Title IX procedures will better enable the University to handle cases, but a court decision to block the District’s good reason handgun law will make it harder to ensure public safety.
A new rehabilitation program for students facing alcohol and drug violations offers a way out of punishment, while the Metropolitan Police Department doubles down on arrests for public marijuana use.
The increase in D.C.’s minimum wage is reason to celebrate, but the spike in violent crimes following Fourth of July festivities in the District is cause for concern.
From a new gender neutral identifier on licenses to another instance where the University lacked transparency, read our review to catch up on the news of the week.
Programming efforts for incoming freshmen Vernies should be redone to improve college life for incoming freshmen Vernies.
GW’s institutes should make recording their events a priority so that their work reaches all students.