The Hatchet’s editorial board argues that GW’s decision to put make-up days on the scheduled reading days was a tough but right decision.
During last week’s storm, a certain rhythm seemed to develop from Monday to Thursday. Students lazily did homework until the cancellation of classes was announced, followed by elation across campus. But in the wake of that historic storm, many students are visibly angry about the University’s decision to hold make-up classes through this semester’s reading days, including the following Saturday. While this is an inconvenience for students, it is also the best solution for the problem of missed classes.