There are many ways to make mistakes on social media, and sometimes they’re not as obviously wrong as a racist remark.
By involving minority student leaders, the University can better ensure that whatever program they decide to implement has input from those most affected by it.
Many times, racism is present in a look or a remark that can seem insignificant until you stop and think about it.
This conversation about racism on campus was a necessary one that we must continue to have, even after we move on from this incident.
There is an extreme lack of diversity in content in the Elliott School, hindering students’ ability to gain a well-rounded understanding of the world.
Crossing H Street between the Marvin Center and Gelman Library is akin to playing a very dangerous version of dodgeball.
If GW offered more GPAC courses that center around the different areas of writing for the arts, students can explore the world of art more effectively.
Professors need to communicate with students and evaluate the best method for them to effectively learn.
Professors often leave little room for students’ disagreements, but they should be giving students more freedom to dissent.
The most viable option to help students better afford food on campus is for the University to enable students to receive a discount when they pay with GWorld.