Exploding COVID-19 cases, Zoom University 2.0 and 7000-series Metro trains: here’s this week’s good and bad news wrapped.
The Office of Advocacy and Support should not have had to apologize for offering supportive spaces to Palestinian students at GW.
With the Omicron variant on the horizon, GW should take decisive action to keep the community safe and stave off a return to online learning.
When, as Jewish students, we cherish our relationship with the Jewish community, we more actively fight to defend it.
The University should start looking into ways for students to easily donate their excess GWorld to non-profits.
The University’s slow and spotty WiFi can make work more difficult and success difficult to attain.
Sports are a place for us to put our aspirations aside and our collective appreciation for GW at the forefront.
GW can make structural changes that will create greater harmony between professors and students in the classroom.
GW needs a new strategic plan, but the first step on that journey is to get the presidential search process right.
It’s vital that we elect people who share our hopes and dreams. GW can support this cause by encouraging students to vote.