GW’s new orientation eliminates a financial burden on families and encourages camaraderie in the new freshman class.
Students want affordable and comfortable housing, but that’s not always an option at GW. And it’s past time that administrators listen to students’ needs.
Encouraging an open dialogue about studying abroad communicates to students that it’s OK to feel lonely or stressed during a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
With such an intense academic culture at GW, it is important for the University to provide students with the opportunity to relax.
Hundreds of thousands of federal workers, including students, are affected by the government shutdown and it will only worsen as the shutdown continues.
The University has stalled finding a new leader for the Virginia Science and Technology Campus and the College of Professional Studies.
It is well within reason that the University provide the security students are promised to protect what we call home for a majority of the year.
I know how nerve-wracking it can be to come out to family. I know how scary it can be to bring home a new partner. And I know how dangerous it can be.
While racial and ethnic diversity remains a problem at GW, the lack of economic diversity exacerbates this disparity more so than at most institutions.
Shuttling residents to GW Hospital to alleviate the issues with other hospitals is not a permanent fix – but instead a Band-Aid on a worsening wound.