It’s vital to understand that we shouldn’t judge people because we’ve decided to be career-oriented before being family-oriented.
GW should conduct research to ensure that it knows the full and intersectional demographics of its student population.
No admissions process is perfect. But universities, including GW, should be striving toward a more perfect system through transparency.
The way that our community views GW is important and we shouldn’t take their opinions of our student community lightly.
GW’s top priority should be maintaining and promoting the health and safety of all students – and that includes their sexual health, too.
While top politicians around the country are failing to reach across the aisle – students can be the start of a movement to become more bipartisan.
To prioritize learning over profit, education over prestige and students over institution – GW should reconsider its early decision application program.
GW has discredited a body that exists solely to serve the University, which is both frustrating and confounding.
Activism depends not just on everyday citizens to participate, but on the privileged to organize, create a movement for change and sacrifice for others.
As a queer person and a victim of sexual violence, I was not going to sit idly by while a mold of my abusers was elevated to the highest court in the land.