GW’s insistence on keeping the Confucius Institute open not only defies rationality but violates our character as an institution.
A much better solution, albeit one that would require enough courage to buck the existing trend, is a hiring binge. Not a hiring freeze.
While the Class of 2020 is being dealt a terrible hand, they have exemplified what it means to take everything with a grain of salt and adjust.
The guidelines do not focus on assisting survivors but are more of a measure to prevent theoretical false accusations from hurting assailants.
The government has limited where we can go and who we can interact with. Assuming those rules will subside after the pandemic is naive.
One of the best ways I’ve learned to stay motivated is through setting a routine and sticking to it.
The Hatchet’s editorial board serves as a voice for the paper’s editorial staff, aiming to foster a dialogue about the issues facing the University.
If classes are moved online in the fall, officials should explore ways to cut tuition costs so students pay a fair rate for their education.
Students should show GW some appreciation for all it’s done for them, instead of looking for reasons to fight the University.
Other schools understand that by investing their endowments in the fossil fuel industry, they are selling out their students’ futures.