We have a lot to learn and a lot more we may wish to forget about, but we should spend the week reflecting on the highs and lows of the year.
In commemoration of GW’s bicentennial, each member of the editorial board broke down the highs and lows of GW’s history.
A half-baked season of sports is not worth the risk to athletes, coaches and the community – GW should pause athletics for the spring semester.
Students, faculty and staff have been hit hard by the pandemic – their well-being should be the first priority when the University doles out funding.
The longer people like Greene wield influence, the more people will be trapped in a cul-de-sac of conspiracy theorems that endangers democracy.
GWPD should keep up its recent track record of constructive steps by releasing reports like this regularly and in more detail.
It is imperative that Biden’s secretary of education pick cast aside DeVos’s policies and directives for higher education and forge a better path forward.
The student body deserves better, survivors deserve better and the GW community deserves better – Brookins must resign immediately.
D.C. could not protect its city from the riot because it is not a state. Let us clarify – D.C. cannot effectively protect itself because it is not a state.
From crafting reopening plans to finally acting on the Colonials moniker, here are New Year’s resolutions from The Hatchet’s editorial board for GW.