When the majority of faculty say that it is time to move on, then it is time for the Board of Trustees to do what LeBlanc cannot – listen.
Professors should be cognizant of how uniquely overburdened students are right now when they form expectations of how students should perform.
The implementation of the long-awaited Asian American Studies minor is a reminder of how far GW has yet to go to support AAPI students.
Students should not let conspiracy theories or misgiven concerns about this setback dent their confidence in vaccines’ safety more broadly.
Newly elected SA leaders must move past the status quo to positively impact the student experience at GW.
If you did not get a head start on campus tours before the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a few things to know about the University before sending in your initial deposit.
Demanding a new runoff election because of a perceived incumbency advantage is undemocratic and at odds with political science literature.
Writer Jenna Baer depicts “Zoom fatigue,” the burnout tied to spending excessive time online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recruiting native foreign language speakers would further integrate international and domestic students and increase the quality of academic help.
Students and the GW community need to recognize the cyclical nature of antagonism against Asians – this has happened before and will continue to happen until we recognize xenophobia in this country.