If students receive lower credit for an A-, then they also need to be allowed to receive higher credit for an A+.
Cancel culture walks a fine line between activism and character assassination, and it is often easier to cancel first and ask questions later.
RAs should be able to use their judgement before reprimanding students for underage drinking – not every Thurston Hall party is worth involving officials.
Students should not be expected to pay for services they are no longer using. We should be paying for a GW education, not just a GW degree.
The reality of the fire alarms is that something as simple as burnt popcorn can lead to a building-wide evacuation.
GW prides itself on its internship culture, but officials expect too much extra work from students who are already working several hours on the job per week.
Students should not waste their time and energy inciting disagreements that go nowhere – it is not activism, it is a waste of their time and emotion.
Students should not feel that they gave protestors a platform but should be proud that they defended our campus from hate, and they should keep doing it.
The Daily should have stood by its coverage, but it is understandable why it gave into pressure from sources who may already dislike the newspaper.
The admissions process is meant to be a fair barometer of future college performance, not of a student’s ability to pay.