College may have been easier for me had I gone somewhere with more minority students, but it certainly would not have made me the individual I am today.
I’m cautiously optimistic about the First Year Experience program, and I hope that it succeeds in better preparing Elliott School students for their futures.
Graduate students deserve to be heard by the University, but in order to persuade GW to take them seriously, they must clearly define their demands.
Students must remain cognizant that there are differences and complexities in every culture and they all deserve to be heard.
Across the country, universities have changed their policies on paying administrative fines through food donations. GW should follow their lead.
The University has a duty to ensure that every student is able to speak their beliefs and advocate for their own well-being.
As GW comes to terms with its past and enters a new presidential era, it’s time to change the Colonial to the unofficial mascot, the Hippo.
Mandating a waiver for health insurance will make health care more affordable for students and bring GW in line with a practice that is standard in higher education.
With this new shift of organization in the police department, a new wave of transparency must start to foster a connection between students and UPD.
To attract more prospective students and provide wider opportunities for its current students, SMPA needs to expand its course offerings.