Mandating a waiver for health insurance will make health care more affordable for students and bring GW in line with a practice that is standard in higher education.
Eric Teller’s claims against the RSC proposes the question of whether the University is therefore obliged to bar programs with controversial donors.
Liberals on GW’s campus demand conservatives change their mind on issues, yet they refuse to engage in any sort of dialogue. It’s time they change their behavior.
We take seriously the concerns of all students with regards to the quality of our programs.
As an academic community, we do not have anything to learn from Bolsonaro. I hope next time the Brazil Initiative will think harder about how they use the power of our institution.
Sometimes student advocacy can feel slow, but it is always worth the challenge when the end result is making improvements in the everyday lives of students.
Divestment and boycotts eliminate opportunities for dialogue between well-meaning people who are willing to put their differences aside.
The JEC should postpone Student Association elections and let new candidates enter the race.
Fossil fuel divestment is the only way for university officials to show commitment to the planet.
First-year forgiveness will allow students to revisit shaky academic foundations by retaking one course from their first-year at GW.