While interracial couples are being represented more in television and movies, we can’t rely on Hollywood to have the hard conversations for us.
GW can help students learn the basics of budgeting by training incoming students on how to spend wisely, which students can apply toward post-college spending.
Knowledge is power, so the University should give its students all the information possible to feel safe in their community.
As the University looks to be more inclusive, it needs to determine all the ways it might make students of certain groups feel uncomfortable.
As finals week stress looms and Mental Health Awareness Month shifts attention toward the issue, students should take the time to focus on their mental health.
Students are fortunate enough to attend college in the nation’s capital, so we should take the time to leave D.C. better than when we first found it.
It’s time for the University to abandon the facade of merit scholarships and focus on helping the lower-income students at GW.
The SA Senate should continue hearing resolutions that involve issues that students care about – but they need to be wary of how votes will affect students.
The SA validated anti-Semitism by not censuring Forrest and by approving this divisive resolution to silence Jewish voices.
The Hatchet’s editorial board is proud to stand with more than 100 student-run newspapers across the country Wednesday as we work to #SaveStudentNewsrooms.