The Office of Advocacy and Support is a crucial resource for students in such uncertain times.
Our streets host two pandemics – one, pedestrian injury, and the other, a deadly virus that endangers those forced to walk too close to one another.
Closing campus was the right thing to protect students’ health, but GW’s plan still has room for improvement.
In a time of nationwide upheaval surrounding systemic racism, we are still fighting a pandemic that is stumping universities’ fall plans.
Even with restrictions, reopening campus means allowing thousands of students to potentially spread COVID-19 to their peers.
We fear that the administration is using this crisis to accomplish its own long-term vision of changing the nature of GW in a short-term, backhanded way.
While GW decides whether to continue self-describing as Colonials, we should start working to restructure higher education.
Trump backed away from plans to deport international students, but at GW, sexual abuse allegations shows the issue’s prevalence on campus.
In reconciliation with Hoover’s shameful history, the University should denounce his irredeemable actions and revoke his law degrees.
While ICE has released a seriously disruptive regulation regarding international students, the University has been quick to respond and work against the regulation.