The Hatchet created some of my best memories from college, and I wish I could have a few of mornings in the townhouse back.
When the majority of faculty say that it is time to move on, then it is time for the Board of Trustees to do what LeBlanc cannot – listen.
Higher education should be a right, not a privilege. Students should be allowed to focus on the classroom instead of their next paycheck.
White House staffers have helped to spread racism, bigotry and xenophobia – they cannot be allowed to hide in academia and promote those beliefs.
The failures of Panhel and IFC are numerous – an entrenched legacy of racism, a culture of misogyny and now a disregard for public health.
Universal Pass/Fail means students do not have to worry that they will be perceived as lesser than to employers and graduate schools.
Administrators are taking the right steps to help prospective international students, but they botched move-out for current students.
Students can and should vote virtually on April 8 and 9 to ensure the right people continue to lead through the ongoing crisis.
Seniors will still have the chance to graduate on the Mall, but D.C. residents will not be able to enjoy walks around the National Mall or Tidal Basin.
Professors should not hold the same expectations for grading, exams and teaching during the transition to online courses.