Councilmember Jack Evans has disgraced the city he pledged to serve – and D.C. voters should soundly reject his candidacy in Tuesday’s primary.
The Hatchet’s editorial board serves as a voice for the paper’s editorial staff, aiming to foster a dialogue about the issues facing the University.
If classes are moved online in the fall, officials should explore ways to cut tuition costs so students pay a fair rate for their education.
GW’s medical enterprise is working to support D.C., but the Class of 2020 received word that it won’t have a Commencement speaker next month.
Students need to pay greater attention to the dangers of Trump’s actions and inactions to mitigate the harm of the pandemic.
Officials are right to want to align the University with its peers, but they should consider that some students will be negatively impacted by the proposed policy.
Students should be empowered to take responsibility for their own learning and use whatever method they find works the best for them.
YAF’s decision to elevate and amplify the voice of Knowles both condones his intolerant rhetoric and damages the prospect of actual debate.
Students who might consider vaping should weigh the risk of hospitalization against the prospect of a head rush.
The Vern may have charms, but it also has drawbacks that incoming students should be aware of before they decide on housing.