Only Gumas has demonstrated the forethought to put together goals that tackle high-level but achievable issues like student health and college affordability. Based on the candidates’ platforms and a discussion with the editorial board, we endorse Nick Gumas for SA president.
February 18, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 26
Stories from the February 18, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW is not unlocking the full potential of MOOCs. Instead of massive and open, the University can offer key benefits to the alumni it is trying to please.
Brunch is an interesting phenomenon. On Saturday and Sunday mornings, a meal that is typically a piece of fruit or a bowl of cereal any other day of the week suddenly becomes a full-blown feast in which breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert cuisines are simultaneously acceptable and drinking a solid six hours before 5 p.m. is not inappropriate. It is an inherently indulgent endeavor.
The Colonials arrived at the 2014 ECAC Division I Men’s Tennis Indoor Championship Friday afternoon, with fresh hopes that last weekend’s win against St. John’s would ignite their season’s lackluster start. By Sunday morning however, GW had been swept in both tournament matches against hosting-No. 63 Dartmouth and No. 55 Princeton, dropping their season record […]
As the second-highest leader of the Student Association senate, Dan Egel-Weiss said he knows all the right people to accomplish each of his goals on his platform for president.
The junior has become the frontrunner in the smallest race for SA president since 2010, picking up endorsements from the largest student groups across campus and far more than fellow SA senator Daniel Egel-Weiss.
The team lost twice to both Northwestern and host No. 21 LSU, as well as Penn State, bringing their overall record to 0-10.
GW went into Saturday’s matchup undefeated at home this season, building what Massachusetts head coach Derek Kellogg would call a “hostile environment” after his team broke that streak. But nurturing that hostility – and creating a home-court advantage – takes work.
Candidates for the top SA positions show plans for smaller initiatives, unlike broad goals that have highlighted recent elections.
Junior Avra Bossov was the only candidate to present a clear understanding of the EVP role and to craft goals that fit the position. Her plans to rejuvenate the SA Senate and improve the quality of care at the University Counseling Center require stronger action plans, but would substantially improve student life.