For a university located in one of the country’s biggest deaf cities, GW lacks basic respect and decency toward its deaf and hard of hearing students.
I’ve come to realize just how vital it is as a Latinx person to connect with professors who are also working in white spaces.
GW’s administration can adapt to the future by providing some virtual learning options for those who want them going forward.
My fears of not fitting in and missing home did not come true – I made it through a pandemic and moving cities, and I’m ready to make my mark at GW.
If we want to continue working for change, year-round organizing at the state level is key to protecting and expanding our progress.
Those partaking in social media activism should be sure to understand the scope of an issue before sharing infographics and calls to action.
To move forward, GW must return to our unique model of shared governance based on the Faculty Code, and avoid the destructive errors of the past year.
A message coming from a space of dignity consciousness, would have been much different from the message we received Wednesday.
The implementation of the long-awaited Asian American Studies minor is a reminder of how far GW has yet to go to support AAPI students.
Newly elected SA leaders must move past the status quo to positively impact the student experience at GW.