After this year’s seven-spot decline from last year, it’s time for GW to think about what its change in ranking means.
Separate classes for native and beginner speakers would create more level classrooms and allow professors to better help their students.
Hard liquor doesn’t need to be present inside the house in order for parties to be fun and enjoyable.
Sociology is a much broader field than criminal justice, yet GW treats these fields as if they are the same by housing them in the same department.
It is off-putting when students are met with donation requests before they’ve even paid the University for their last year of tuition.
LeBlanc’s message was misguided because social media is not the problem, but posts signal larger problems on campus that need to be addressed.
If professors eliminate their bias by using blind reviewing with research, then they should be fine with it when it comes to grading their students.
Students should push for diversity administrators and diversity efforts, both at their own schools as well as in their own communities.
Depending on women to do tasks, from cleaning and cooking to smoothing out conflicts in our relationship, is a disservice to both of us.
Student health is something that GW must always prioritize, and this vacancy filled by interim administrators shows an alarming lack of concern from officials.