Students should be on the lookout this summer and over the next year for developments on these three stories.
Conversation about the conflict will continue, so we should give it the best possible space to allow cordial discussion on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Unionization isn’t a cure-all to the problems RAs are currently facing, but it’s a path toward improvement.
From short-staffing in the Title IX office to holes in the code of student conduct, GW is negatively impacting students who already feel vulnerable.
Officials should communicate to the student body that they have plans for what steps to take if a larger freshmen class than expected is enrolled.
The election had been so plagued by outside drama that students can no longer fairly vote on the candidates’ merit.
The test-optional policy may diversify GW’s applicant pool, but it’s not enough to get low-income students to attend.
Based on the JEC decision today, The Hatchet’s Editorial Board retracts our endorsement of Lande Watson for SA president.
This year’s referendums won’t impact students’ lives, but they are small changes that positively impact the SA’s structure.
Sydney Nelson’s actionable platform and impressive research are why The Hatchet’s Editorial Board endorses Sydney Nelson for SA executive vice president.