Graduate students deserve to be heard by the University, but in order to persuade GW to take them seriously, they must clearly define their demands.
With this new shift of organization in the police department, a new wave of transparency must start to foster a connection between students and UPD.
The University listened to prospective students. Now it’s time for GW to listen to current students’ input about issues in their daily lives.
Mid-semester course evaluations would help students walk away from a course with more knowledge and a more positive experience.
Based on the anti-Semitic Facebook post he originally published in 2014 that has surfaced online, The Hatchet’s editorial board retracts our endorsement of Forrest.
At this week’s Student Association election, students will be casting their votes on candidates and a wide range of referendums.
Brady Forrest’s tangible goals and experience in the Student Association are why The Hatchet’s editorial board endorses him for SA executive vice president.
Although it was a difficult decision for The Hatchet’s editorial board, ultimately one candidate edges out.
The University did not make a fitting choice for the commencement speaker, and failed to reach the bar that they have set and met in the past.
Admission decisions have begun to roll out, but the GW experience will not be a good fit for every single student the University accepts.