The junior said he was inspired to make his campaign slogan “cut the bullshit” after hearing students’ complaints about administration inefficiency.
March 27, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 25
Stories from the March 27, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Only four candidates for the Student Association Senate are returning senators this year.
Johnson, an SA outsider running for president, said he has encountered many students who feel distanced from the SA.
Watson may be known as the president of College Democrats, but her choice to run for SA president was more personal than political.
Chua said he reflected on his experiences as an international student on campus when creating his platform.
Nelson saw at Colonial Inauguration how excited students were about attending GW but felt they were quickly jaded, which she hopes to change as EVP.
When students vote in the upcoming Student Association elections, they’ll have three referendums to consider.
Corrina Mehiel’s friends and colleagues say they remember her as a gifted artist and dedicated educator.
Fourteen out of the 19 graduate Student Association Senate seats will be empty on this year’s ballot – following a trend from previous years.
A former University employee took medical leaves because of his disability and claims that supervisors terminated him because of the amount of leave he took.