While students anxiously await more details on the University’s fall semester plan, the diversity and inclusion office has created an important series that is aimed at anti-racism education and diversity at GW.
The opinions section is dedicated to sharing views that reflect the vastness and diversity of our community.
While thousands march to express their anger with police brutality, officials released a premature decision on fall classes.
While the Class of 2020 is being dealt a terrible hand, they have exemplified what it means to take everything with a grain of salt and adjust.
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.
Gen Z and Millennials have endured catastrophic crises like climate change and gun violence. Don’t call us “coddled.”
While the CHC has gained a new director for counseling and psychological services, the Board of Trustees has chosen to stay silent on recent SA referenda.
While GW moves to prioritize student safety, the COVID-19 death toll in D.C. hit its highest in one day.
While the University is doing as much as they can right now, it is up to us to show compassion for our peers.
Officials should have better prepared students for the potential of moving out before spring break.