GW should invest more funds to expand The Store after Whole Foods’ departure from the GWorld system sets back attempts to tackle campus food insecurity.
Professors should hold final exams virtually to eliminate antiquated testing methods and make everyone’s exam week a little easier while they’re at it.
Facing younger challengers with new ideas, Norton should drop her reelection bid in an effort to pass on the baton of democratic representation.
GW has had ample time to figure out how to provide basic living resources to students, so the lack thereof blatantly disregards their needs.
Congressional oversight of the District’s pot policies has done more harm than good, and it’s time for D.C. to control this budding industry as it sees fit.
When I first got to GW, I thought the political science major was basic and unrigorous. I was wrong.
Reinstating the mandate is a confusing, confidence-damaging policy of questionable efficacy for managing the pandemic’s threat.
Every member of this community has to work tirelessly to see that the mask mandate is adhered to through the semester’s final stretch.
Change is difficult, but so is maintaining the status quo. ExPat shows we can bet on a brighter future if we work together as a community.
A residence hall is effectively a student’s home when they’re at college – and everyone deserves to feel safe and comfortable at home.