Professors often leave little room for students’ disagreements, but they should be giving students more freedom to dissent.
The most viable option to help students better afford food on campus is for the University to enable students to receive a discount when they pay with GWorld.
From civil rights and women’s suffrage to anti-war and LGBTQ rights, marches have been an essential part of U.S. history.
Getting out of one’s comfort zone at GW should mean taking a break from the endless pressure.
It’s up to GW to prove consolidation of the student affairs and enrollment, management and retention divisions is a step in the right direction.
Academic departments at GW need to make the move to standardize all sections of the same courses so students can all leave with the same knowledge and understanding.
Although verbal consent is vital, we should be past the point of needing to only teach people that “no means no.”
Students should learn from Harnett and Woods and become more engaged in local D.C. politics by attending neighborhood meetings to make a change.
We need to reinforce that mental and physical strength – not societal beauty standards – are the most important outcomes of being healthy.
The news of national tragedies shouldn’t discourage students from joining Greek life if continued action is taken to prevent these scenarios.