Petty cannot continue to be accessible and available to students while juggling a slew of tasks at once.
Students have a right to know how officials view a contested label that is supposed to bring the community together.
Panhel chapters should not look at the ban as a slap on the wrist or as a timeout but should use the semester to improve sorority culture.
Sharing non-normative pronouns essentially becomes a public coming out that trans students have to endure every day.
It does not hurt to revisit and learn about sororities’ dark time of history past to improve inclusion efforts.
Diamond is making a fool out of GW’s main advocacy body, and he should know not to bring the issue to the senate floor.
Students who might consider vaping should weigh the risk of hospitalization against the prospect of a head rush.
There is one issue that hits close to home that GW could and should do a better job to address: the homeless crisis.
Limiting postering to pillars and bulletin boards will hinder student organizations’ outreach to students around campus.
The University has conflated the roles of RAs and GWPD, forcing RAs to do the work of GWPD, which harms students.