GW should spend less on fundraising resources and work to address the issues on campus that deeply affect current students’ lives.
It is troubling to see GW’s preeminence as a research university deployed to legitimize the fossil fuel industry’s political narrative.
These changes to the dining plan alone won’t spur healthier eating for students.
As difficult of a subject as this is, it is time for GW to think about how they will face gun violence going forward.
The extra science requirement forces students to put effort into a class they aren’t interested in and that likely won’t be of any practical value.
We have to go beyond the marble man on our logo – to read, to learn and to come to terms with Washington’s complex life and legacy.
There is a lack of knowledge by students about exactly how to get involved in and conduct research in that field. But this needs to change.
While seniors aren’t required to live on campus, the University should be helping its upperclassmen live in cheaper campus housing.
We take seriously the concerns of all students with regards to the quality of our programs.
As juniors and seniors begin to plan their futures after graduation, we must remember that our worst-case scenarios are truly not as bad as we think.