If colleges are going to blame students and take their money instead of figuring out ways to make campus living safe, then campuses should not open in person this year.
The filibuster, long used to oppose D.C. statehood and climate action, needs to be eliminated in order for the United States to be a functioning democracy.
Closing campus was the right thing to protect students’ health, but GW’s plan still has room for improvement.
Trump backed away from plans to deport international students, but at GW, sexual abuse allegations shows the issue’s prevalence on campus.
GW’s plan to divest from fossil fuels shows the power of student activism. But D.C. residents’ advocacy for statehood has been met with hostility.
Congress has the power and obligation to end the disenfranchisement of D.C.’s residents by granting statehood.
As protesters face off against the pandemic and police forces to demand long-overdue racial justice, GW’s workers may face layoffs as officials make tough fiscal decisions.
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.