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.
The Editorial Board has not historically had much praise for the Board of Trustees, but we think they made the right call here.
Adding dining halls will allow students to eat healthy and affordable food – but GW should make sure it actually ends up being reasonably priced in practice.
If administrators get the process right, then chances are the final pick will be a good choice to lead the University.
To keep people safe, D.C. should follow New York City’s lead and require proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter restaurants, gyms and other public places.
We’re back on campus, but not back to normal – the entire GW community has a role to play in making the adjustment easier.
As students, faculty and “GW Twitter” celebrate, it is worth taking stock of not just what led us to this point, but what should happen next.