Sports are a place for us to put our aspirations aside and our collective appreciation for GW at the forefront.
GW can make structural changes that will create greater harmony between professors and students in the classroom.
It’s vital that we elect people who share our hopes and dreams. GW can support this cause by encouraging students to vote.
The manner in which the University has willfully chosen to ignore student demands reflects an institutional opposition to student power.
GW should create a need-based system through financial aid grants to cover the expenses of outside counseling and psychiatry.
Students should be able to focus their time on the courses that will put them on their path to success for their individual futures.
To truly end homelessness in D.C., everyone, from the government to the GW community, needs to do more and care more.
Although they’ve become a go-to way to easily test students multiple choice exams are still poor learning tools that are highly susceptible to cheating.
Although climate strikes might seem dramatic, the displayed passion is simply a reaction to the imminent climate catastrophe we face.
Though the culture of protesting for equality is prevalent at GW, students’ understanding of feminism could benefit from intersectionality.