While GW moves to prioritize student safety, the COVID-19 death toll in D.C. hit its highest in one day.
It is more important than ever for people – especially students – to stay home and follow the advice of medical professionals.
While the University is doing as much as they can right now, it is up to us to show compassion for our peers.
Officials should have better prepared students for the potential of moving out before spring break.
Students can and should vote virtually on April 8 and 9 to ensure the right people continue to lead through the ongoing crisis.
Shutting down school was the right decision. But administrators can learn from gaps in communication throughout the pandemic.
A few years ago, the prospect of abruptly ending my college life would have scared me. But now I am prepared to graduate, even without the ceremony.
Seniors will still have the chance to graduate on the Mall, but D.C. residents will not be able to enjoy walks around the National Mall or Tidal Basin.
The waiting and uncertainty of GW’s response to the virus were difficult to manage while I was abroad.
Professors should not hold the same expectations for grading, exams and teaching during the transition to online courses.