Most students competing for the SA’s top two spots have spent less money competing for their positions this year than many of their predecessors.
Freshman Justin Diamond and junior SJ Matthews will go head-to-head in a runoff election for Student Association president next week.
The University admitted about 11,000 students to the Class of 2023, the first drop in the number of admitted students since 2010.
Officials are reworking the resident adviser agreement, giving students dining dollars instead of a stipend next year and adding responsibilities to the role.
Two right-wing student organizations urged students to vote “no” on a referendum this week asking whether GW should change the Colonials nickname.
The Hatchet sifted through each candidate’s initiatives and pulled out points where the SA hopefuls may have fallen short on the facts.
The Hatchet is tracking student organizations’ picks for Student Association president and executive vice president.
The SA Senate approved a resolution Monday urging the CSE to require all student organizations to undergo Title IX training.
The Society of Professional Journalists recognized The Hatchet as a finalist in three categories for its annual collegiate journalism competition.
In the years since GW implemented a test-optional policy, the number of undergraduate applications has begun to stabilize around 27,000.