Officials should allow and require professors to enforce COVID-19 policies in their classroom and reprimand students who ignore them.
The Editorial Board has not historically had much praise for the Board of Trustees, but we think they made the right call here.
It should not have taken a crisis for administrators to address students’ long-standing concerns about their residence halls.
It’s important that the GW community fit some time into our busy schedules to process the past year.
If the University purports to have a true interest in academic freedom, it needs to justify its support of the RSC.
Adding dining halls will allow students to eat healthy and affordable food – but GW should make sure it actually ends up being reasonably priced in practice.
Moving to a hybrid system would reduce the likelihood of having to go fully remote while providing more adequate protection to GW’s most vulnerable.
GW’s politically-active student body should heed the words of civil rights leaders and push for the John Lewis Voting Rights Act’s passage.
If administrators get the process right, then chances are the final pick will be a good choice to lead the University.
Giving the entire student body a Handshake account and leaving it at that is not sufficient for finding job opportunities.