Although GW has a majority female population, the University’s academic culture ignores and perpetuates misogyny in the classroom.
With adequate knowledge, queer youth can advocate for themselves and pursue appropriate services, treatments and more.
With this year’s fall break being too short for students to actually rest, GW should implement wellness days and take other steps to combat burnout.
Cars dumped from nearby highways and roads directly onto Foggy Bottom’s streets are a serious threat to campus and community safety.
The U.S. News and World Report rankings don’t tell the full story about what’s important about going to college.
GW is not acting within its existing powers and authorities to minimize the harm and trauma that survivors of sexual abuse are forced to endure.
Officials should provide students the option to specify their preferred pronouns next to their name in a school-wide system.
GW must democratize decision making at the University by ceding power to students, faculty and staff.
GW should build on its progress in preventing the spread of COVID-19 on campus and place a testing center on the Vern.
If GW does not clean up its act, students may be faced with packing up their stuff and returning home for another academic year online