The Honor Flight Network brings veterans to D.C. each year for an all-expenses-paid trip to honor them and their service.
Protests started Monday night and continued through Tuesday, drawing speakers like Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), students and local activists.
Departing editors reflect on their experiences working for The Hatchet, their top takeaways and pieces of advice for incoming and current members.
The Philippine Cultural Society hosted Tandaan, an event that celebrates Filipino culture through songs, dances and skits.
The Hatchet asked students to weigh in with their thoughts on the policy change.
Senior Christian Zidouemba won the Student Association presidential election, ending the campaign season victorious in his third bid.
Christian Zidouemba, a senior studying international affairs and international business, is running for SA president this year for the third time.
Sophomore Dasia Bandy, ESIA-U and chair of the Student Association Senate’s diversity and inclusion assembly, is running for SA president.
Junior Beatrice Phillips and senior Rhyma Asim talk about their fashion-based TikTok account, gwu.fitcheck, and how people can use trends to develop their own personal style.
The Hatchet sat down and spoke to local designers about their view on the fashion industry, how they started their brands and the unique perspectives they hold as Black creators.