When I first got to GW, I thought the political science major was basic and unrigorous. I was wrong.
It’s easy to criticize and tear down, but offering praise and building up is harder – I’ve found my voice trying to do just that.
Students would be well-served by being able to know how they’re doing in a particular class before the end of the semester rolls around.
If students’ senseless trolling of GW’s top administrator continues, they risk jeopardizing the change they actually want to see made.
Asking voters to rank their preferred candidates would improve representation and force major-party candidates to answer to more constituencies.
Exploding COVID-19 cases, Zoom University 2.0 and 7000-series Metro trains: here’s this week’s good and bad news wrapped.
It should not have taken a crisis for administrators to address students’ long-standing concerns about their residence halls.
GW’s politically-active student body should heed the words of civil rights leaders and push for the John Lewis Voting Rights Act’s passage.
I wanted to talk about what Hatchet readers should know about what the opinions section does and who writes for it.
We often criticize GW, but the University unquestionably got it right with mandating COVID-19 vaccines.