It should not have taken a crisis for administrators to address students’ long-standing concerns about their residence halls.
If the University purports to have a true interest in academic freedom, it needs to justify its support of the RSC.
Moving to a hybrid system would reduce the likelihood of having to go fully remote while providing more adequate protection to GW’s most vulnerable.
GW’s politically-active student body should heed the words of civil rights leaders and push for the John Lewis Voting Rights Act’s passage.
Giving the entire student body a Handshake account and leaving it at that is not sufficient for finding job opportunities.
The University has a surprising amount of resources available, but needs to do more to publicize them to students.
I wanted to talk about what Hatchet readers should know about what the opinions section does and who writes for it.
As students begin to ramp up advocacy efforts, we shouldn’t let efforts to encourage sustainable transportation get lost in the shuffle.
We often criticize GW, but the University unquestionably got it right with mandating COVID-19 vaccines.
At such a politically-active school, people should place establishing a loving tomorrow at the center of their advocacy.