By initiating better understanding between domestic and international students through culture-related assignments, we can further strengthen our community.
Sometimes student advocacy can feel slow, but it is always worth the challenge when the end result is making improvements in the everyday lives of students.
Students should be on the lookout this summer and over the next year for developments on these three stories.
Students should stop making broad sweeping criticisms that can hurt the perception of Mental Health Services among the student body.
All students should be required to take a sociology course at some point in their college careers, regardless of whether they are majoring in the field.
All UW classes need to start incorporating more grammar and basics into their curricula to ensure future success in and outside the classroom.
Conversation about the conflict will continue, so we should give it the best possible space to allow cordial discussion on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Violence inhibits discourse on issues and often harms the perpetrator’s cause rather than helping it.
GW’s institutes should make recording their events a priority so that their work reaches all students.
If students are allowed and encouraged to freely express their opinions and stances on issues, then professors should too.