The University has a duty to be more transparent with how it budgets tuition dollars and act more responsibly with the money we all spend to be here.
As a university deeply committed to the benefits obtained from studying abroad, GW should do more to support students who hope to study internationally.
To better show appreciation and support for University employees, GW should designate days for the student body to collectively honor their contributions.
International students need a supportive community to successfully transition to life at GW, but that can be hard to come by.
It is time for the SA to utilize the time they have left before the next election by refocusing on the platform points the two set as their agenda.
The opportunities for interesting discussions about current events are endless and allow students to relate what they are learning to real life events.
Wearing a shirt, owning stickers and sharing posts on Facebook are not going to help shift the system. But that doesn’t mean we can’t.
By further capitalizing on the campus’s infrastructure and resources, VSTC can finally carve out its own distinct niche as a key center for research.
GW should implement and publicize policies and safeguards to prevent the compromising of studies and maintain impartiality.
To alleviate additional headaches for students with mono, GW should follow many other schools and classify mono as a temporary disability.