GW should be on par with its peer schools and offer more avenues for appeal so that the Title IX office can handle complaints more effectively.
In the future, the University should be more open and take a clearer stance during investigations and when releasing statements.
Although strong verbal stances against a start, more action is needed to stand up to incidents of racial and religious hatred.
Editorial boards provide a human perspective on the news by telling them why they should care about what’s happening and how it can impact them.
Students should be on the lookout this summer and over the next year for developments on these three stories.
Conversation about the conflict will continue, so we should give it the best possible space to allow cordial discussion on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Unionization isn’t a cure-all to the problems RAs are currently facing, but it’s a path toward improvement.
From short-staffing in the Title IX office to holes in the code of student conduct, GW is negatively impacting students who already feel vulnerable.
Officials should communicate to the student body that they have plans for what steps to take if a larger freshmen class than expected is enrolled.
The election had been so plagued by outside drama that students can no longer fairly vote on the candidates’ merit.