Because of her experience and attention to students’ needs, The Hatchet’s Editorial Board endorses Lande Watson for SA President.
Budget cuts have affected departments all across GW, but this specific cut will affect some students’ ability to work at GW.
Duckworth’s varied life experiences and GW alumna status make her the right choice for Commencement, and GW should make similar picks in the future.
SA president and executive vice president candidates should design new strategies to tackle goals, and focus on what will affect the everyday lives of students.
The statute of limitations for sex-related crimes can have a profound effect on survivors. It’s time to give survivors peace of mind.
It’s not surprising that economic diversity is lacking at GW – but students should still try to change our stereotype as a school just for rich kids.
Critics of the history department’s curriculum change said that George Washington wouldn’t want it – but that doesn’t matter.
Changes to the University’s approach to counseling services on the Mount Vernon Campus are long overdue. But administrators shouldn’t stop there. In fact, we should renew our commitment to mental health policies across both campuses.
While we will not endorse mayoral nominees, we urge GW voters and Foggy Bottom residents to look deeper into the issues than just the concerning allegations levied against Gray.
GW tells prospective students that they have the exclusive opportunity to graduate on the National Mall. But what the University isn’t as proud to share is that one in five students don’t make it there within six years.