From candidate’s platforms to a breakdown of referendums, here’s everything you need to know about this week’s Student Association elections.
March 25, 2019
Volume 115, Issue 27
Stories from the March 25, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
In addition to selecting who will hold the top two posts of the Student Association, students will cast their vote in three referendums this week.
The Hatchet sifted through each candidate’s initiatives and pulled out points where the SA hopefuls may have fallen short on the facts.
Eleven students are running to fill six CCAS-U seats in the SA Senate this year, making the race the most competitive in this year’s SA election.
Amy Martin has the experience, institutional knowledge and tangible goals to make change and be an effective executive vice president.
While students vacationed or relaxed, officials added nearly 90 additional seats and study spots in Gelman Library.
Campaign managers for the SA’s top positions said they wanted to join candidates’ teams to help their peers advocate for students.
Three referendums tackle topics that would make internal changes to the SA’s structure and press officials to consider a new nickname.
A lawsuit filed in the D.C. Superior Court Tuesday claims that GW Hospital failed to properly diagnose and treat a patient.
The law school now houses an online database stocked with information on music copyright infringement cases.