With 19 uncontested races this election season, it’s likely that all but one candidate running for a Student Association Senate seat will be elected without ever facing an opponent.
March 26, 2018
Volume 114, Issue 26
Stories from the March 26, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Le – who has served on the SA for two years – said her experience as an immigrant from Vietnam gives her a unique voice that will make her an inclusive leader.
Forrest, who has served on the SA for three years, said his experience gives him the skills necessary for the position, and that he will be able to continue the work the SA has already done.
Walthrust said his experience as a Haitian American on campus has inspired him to advocate for underrepresented students.
After more than two years of experience on the SA, Ross said she has the experience to take on the role and the ability to serve “overlooked” communities on campus.
At this week’s Student Association election, students will be casting their votes on candidates and a wide range of referendums.
An alumna and sexual assault survivor turned to yoga to help her heal. Now, she is empowering other survivors to do the same.
The school partnered with West Virginia University on a new reporting project focused on a natural gas pipeline in West Virginia.
Brady Forrest’s tangible goals and experience in the Student Association are why The Hatchet’s editorial board endorses him for SA executive vice president.
In April, The Social Exchange will be hosting their first charity concert in Memphis bringing together 10 local artists.