GW has hired new staff members for its Title IX office in what will hopefully lead to improvements. But Metro is doing anything but improve, they implemented new speed restrictions that will slow commute times.
It’s time GW revamps their research system to make it more accessible and student-friendly for undergraduates.
The launch of the new textbook sharing program shows that GW is making progress on affordability. But GW Hospital needs to take a look at its performance after failing to rank regionally and nationally.
For some students, the cost of attendance proves to be insurmountable with or without current financial aid programs. But there could be a solution.
One alumnus is proving that GW still educates politicians, while current students might make noise after they learned that they won’t be able to move straight into Fulbright Hall this fall.
The current restrictions implemented on gender-neutral housing put pressure on trans and nonbinary students, and changes must be made to improve this option.
GW hasn’t offered an explanation for the textbook change, but whatever that reason may be, it’s not worth the loss in convenience for students.
GW’s plan to review its Title IX procedures will better enable the University to handle cases, but a court decision to block the District’s good reason handgun law will make it harder to ensure public safety.
GW and other colleges in the U.S. need to follow the lead of other international universities and not ask students to spend an absurd amount of money on textbooks.
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