Forcing students to spend more money to live on campus is disadvantageous to students who cannot afford high rates.
The solution to CCAS’ problems is not scaling back. Paying more attention to CCAS can help the school gain credibility and catch up with other GW schools.
Taking an unconventional path is ultimately more valuable for me because I will gain experience that will help set me on a career I want.
A public health professor’s report ranked as one of the best pieces of research in 2019, while the District loses its beloved Newseum.
Faculty are gaining more involvement in the strategic planning process, and House Republicans are using Evans to delay D.C. statehood debate.
The University needs to follow changing tides and adjust Title IX policies to expel students found guilty of sexual assault.
If students receive lower credit for an A-, then they also need to be allowed to receive higher credit for an A+.
Cancel culture walks a fine line between activism and character assassination, and it is often easier to cancel first and ask questions later.
RAs should be able to use their judgement before reprimanding students for underage drinking – not every Thurston Hall party is worth involving officials.
Students should not be expected to pay for services they are no longer using. We should be paying for a GW education, not just a GW degree.