Former Student Association presidential candidate Tony Hart released a statement Wednesday explaining his abrupt withdrawal from this week’s election. In a public Facebook note, Hart listed his personal mental health and attacks from other students as reasons why he decided to drop out of the race. The announcement of his withdrawal came during the Joint […]
SA candidates know it’s not easy being green – and Thursday night, they told students exactly what they’re going to do about it.
All this talk is predicated on the idea that GW needs a large dining hall. Simply put, it doesn’t. It’s an unrealistic and unnecessary goal to strive for, and it’s time we give up on the idea.
Undergraduates can gain mentors and contemporaries willing to push how they apply critical thinking to their interests, and graduate students can better understand how academia is changing with new student populations.
It was clear to us from reading Dowd’s platform, and from how she spoke about her research in her endorsement hearing, that she chose her priorities based on conversations with students about the issues that most trouble them every day.
The problem with this bill is that it conflates two issues that should actually be addressed in two parts: disclosure and divestment
This mandatory training would be another crucial box to check off, and would make a huge difference in ensuring that all students are educated about the resources available to them.
Updated: March 20, 2015 at 10:44 a.m. This year’s three Student Association presidential candidates published a combined letter Wednesday afternoon pushing the University to divest from fossil fuels, a vote that will appear on the SA ballot next week. Presidential candidates Alex Cho, Andie Dowd and Ben Pryde said in the letter that they “applaud […]
The Student Association finance committee chair announced his candidacy for student body president Monday, pledging to create an affirmative consent policy at GW if elected.
Nick Gumas, CCAS-U, said his goals include reducing the fee for students to receive academic credit for internships and expanding offerings at Student Health Service with programs like peer counseling.