A residence hall is effectively a student’s home when they’re at college – and everyone deserves to feel safe and comfortable at home.
In its self-righteous crusade to expose the SA, gwheadlines made the same mistake as the organization it lampooned – taking itself too seriously.
GW should provide an accident credit so students can take science labs without wondering if they can afford their mistakes.
As well-deserved and understandable as this talk of returning to “normal” is, there’s a certain callousness to it.
Students would be well-served by being able to know how they’re doing in a particular class before the end of the semester rolls around.
As masked gatherings became the norm either in one’s homes or in public places like the mall and restaurants, they soon became my acquaintances.
Adopting the model of a gated community is a disservice to the University, its members and the surrounding community.
While we all have a right to speak and ought to exercise it, self-censoring makes you a mature adult – not a victim of your peers’ tyranny.
To alleviate the concerns of many students, GW should allow the Class of 2025 to opt-into the legacy base plan.
Biden and Cardona have the opportunity to harness the power of the Department of Education and make college affordable long-term.