Although it was a difficult decision for The Hatchet’s editorial board, ultimately one candidate edges out.
The University did not make a fitting choice for the commencement speaker, and failed to reach the bar that they have set and met in the past.
Admission decisions have begun to roll out, but the GW experience will not be a good fit for every single student the University accepts.
As difficult of a subject as this is, it is time for GW to think about how they will face gun violence going forward.
Before looking to the future, candidates need to evaluate the present administration and their new goals.
This conversation about racism on campus was a necessary one that we must continue to have, even after we move on from this incident.
The most viable option to help students better afford food on campus is for the University to enable students to receive a discount when they pay with GWorld.
It’s up to GW to prove consolidation of the student affairs and enrollment, management and retention divisions is a step in the right direction.
So many vacancies in such a short time is not normal. LeBlanc and the University must be transparent about the plan to fill these positions.
By further capitalizing on the campus’s infrastructure and resources, VSTC can finally carve out its own distinct niche as a key center for research.