Multicultural organizations should respect students’ cultural autonomy by not assuming they’re interested just because they come from a shared background.
We should all learn to be like opinion journalists, giving our opinions with possible solutions and research to backing us up.
From short-staffing in the Title IX office to holes in the code of student conduct, GW is negatively impacting students who already feel vulnerable.
It’s time for GW’s current student health insurance plan to have its own check-up to reduce costs and better provide the care that students need.
Through laughter and voicing complaints, students have used the Facebook meme page to become a closer community.
Students should be able to send FixIt requests directly to the type of worker who would handle their problem.
Officials should communicate to the student body that they have plans for what steps to take if a larger freshmen class than expected is enrolled.
GW should be more transparent in their admissions process and shouldn’t base decisions on factors applicants can’t control.
Every student is different and deserves to be seen as an individual, instead of characterized by the school they are enrolled in.
GW needs to put a greater emphasis on learning, not grades, and written feedback on tests would be a step in the right direction.