As students, faculty and “GW Twitter” celebrate, it is worth taking stock of not just what led us to this point, but what should happen next.
Statehood would give D.C. the resources it needs to properly care for its residents, and students must treat statehood as the moral imperative it is.
When big things happen that affect students, the editorial board tries to make sense of it all and spark discussion.
Officials should consider at least some safe form of scaled-back in-person ceremony between now and the yet-to-be-scheduled ceremony.
Professors should be cognizant of how uniquely overburdened students are right now when they form expectations of how students should perform.
If you did not get a head start on campus tours before the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a few things to know about the University before sending in your initial deposit.
If Hill and Carpenter focus on getting specific policies done and reconnecting with the student body, they could go on to be legitimately transformative SA leaders.
It is a close call, but we believe Carpenter’s experience and specific policy plans make her the best candidate for vice president.
The editorial board felt that Edwards has the experience, passion and detailed plans needed to run the SA successfully.
The editorial board urges students to vote yes on both referenda this year.