J. Andrew Holland

SA’s ‘reforms’ reek of impropriety

The Student Association pursued a worthwhile objective in adopting a new charter for the Joint Elections Commission. Some provisions including supervised vote counting, sealed elections returns, and a clear-cut policy available to candidates from the outset of campaigning move in the right direction. The SA achieved this feat, however, through clearly corrupt and inappropriate means. […]

Incident at Boston College was discrimination, plain and simple

There is no such thing as “reverse discrimination.” The headline of The GW Hatchet’s March 4 editorial (p. 4) erroneously referred to an instance at Boston College of the denial of male students’ civil rights on the basis of sex under this absurd, illogical term. Discrimination is a social wrong perpetrated by one group against […]