Students pay for every course, and a good syllabus can help them make an informed decision on how to spend their tuition dollars.
Even though this year’s midterm elections are over, students should not let their guard down or give up the fight to make their voices heard.
Resident advisers need to fulfill their duties as a mentor and friend, rather than just a last resort conflict-solver and hall decorator.
Using the shooting as political motivation ignores the people who have been deeply affected by this tragedy.
The problem of food waste is deeply ironic given the crisis of food insecurity and hunger, not just across the country, but even on GW’s own campus.
As GW prepares to allow students to take 18 credit hours, the University must create a system for advising students who opt for a heavier course load.
No matter what this administration says, transgender people aren’t going anywhere and we certainly won’t go quietly.
This is not the first time students have advocated that the University to change the name of the Marvin Center, but it should be the last.
With a new president helming GW and WMATA seeking young users, it’s the perfect time to revive the discussion about unlimited Metro passes for students.
Instead of increasing the amount of money given to students, we should allow GWorld to be optional to accommodate students’ needs.