The editorial board is generally loath to offer praise to the University and administrators, but in this case GW deserves it.
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.
GW needs a new strategic plan, but the first step on that journey is to get the presidential search process right.
From saving students money to protecting the environment, U-Pass is a win for the study body as a whole.
Combating hate requires an all-hands-on-deck approach from the University as an institution and the GW community.
From hybrid learning to transportation reimbursements, GW should step in to make life a little bit easier for students dealing with Metro delays.
With this year’s fall break being too short for students to actually rest, GW should implement wellness days and take other steps to combat burnout.
GW is not acting within its existing powers and authorities to minimize the harm and trauma that survivors of sexual abuse are forced to endure.
The debate over first-year senate seats is an absurd web of meaningless parliamentary language that wastes time that could be spent on helping students.
As a result of the SA’s constructive engagement with administrators, more students will have a way to get back home if they feel unsafe.