Running for top SA positions requires disposable income and free time – two things many students don’t have.
The price jump from freshman year housing to upperclassmen housing makes GW unaffordable for some students.
Everyone gets sick once in a while, and it’s not OK to place the undue burden of getting official documentation on sick students.
International students study and live in this country – taking an American politics class helps us learn more about our temporary home.
Budget cuts have affected departments all across GW, but this specific cut will affect some students’ ability to work at GW.
GW’s current endowment investment structure might cost the University more money than the returns it yields.
To help students at both lower and higher writing levels, UW courses should be separated by ability.
The news we get from social media can be biased and doesn’t usually affect our local community. Instead students should pick up a printed newspaper.
Duckworth’s varied life experiences and GW alumna status make her the right choice for Commencement, and GW should make similar picks in the future.
Christian Democrats have largely remained silent and let others define the political beliefs of Christians – it’s time to change that.