Students can’t turn a blind eye to what’s happening right in front of them. Students should find an issue where they can make an impact.
POD advisors should be broken down into groups based on similar majors and departments rather than solely last names to benefit both students and advisors.
Students don’t benefit from being part of a consortium if the courses available and information about how to register for them is not easily accessible.
The University’s next steps should be to attract students who reside in the midwest and northwest parts of the United States to bring some change to campus.
The University must take immediate steps to assess why females are not being hired for high-level positions and figure out how to fix this.
Students should take it upon themselves to shop local and support the D.C. community because of the benefits to themselves and their new home city.
GW must implement better programming aimed at addressing the emotional toll of the freshman experience during CI and throughout the semester.
It is imperative the council not waste another year debating the helipad proposal and instead swiftly move to approve the plan.
GW SJP and other similar groups are attempting to commandeer moral authority on issues of Jewish persecution to achieve their sinister ends.
I’m tired of the perpetuation of clearly false narratives. GW SJP’s hosting of an anti-Semitism event shows their commitment to fighting anti-Semitism.