On a largely liberal campus, students with differing political opinions likely feel ostracized in settings like the classroom as well.
LeBlanc’s message was misguided because social media is not the problem, but posts signal larger problems on campus that need to be addressed.
Student health is something that GW must always prioritize, and this vacancy filled by interim administrators shows an alarming lack of concern from officials.
If this pattern continues, the way of living for new and current students will increasingly become less sustainable and enjoyable.
Inviting members of the Trump administration to campus puts a stamp of approval on that person, so GW should carefully consider that.
The Hatchet’s editorial board, a part of the opinions section, has the job of taking an official stance for the newspaper on various issues.
While new Title IX policies are a step in the right direction, there is still room for improvement and GW needs to make updates to protect students.
As the University looks to be more inclusive, it needs to determine all the ways it might make students of certain groups feel uncomfortable.
The SA Senate should continue hearing resolutions that involve issues that students care about – but they need to be wary of how votes will affect students.
The Hatchet’s editorial board is proud to stand with more than 100 student-run newspapers across the country Wednesday as we work to #SaveStudentNewsrooms.