Chinatown’s population boomed to more than 1,500 residents of Chinese heritage between 1930 and 1950, but that number dropped to just more than 300 residents this year. The area has a long history – by the late 1800s, the Chinese population began to grow in the District. But it wasn’t until Federal Triangle was developed in the […]
For the second installment of The Hatchet’s Spring Spotlight, we talked with GW Pitches’ music directors Juliette Ghaffari and Cyrena Kokolis.
Spectators surrounding the U.S. Capitol Wednesday discussed the significance of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ inauguration.
Military personnel and fenced off roads are spread out across the city in an effort to begin preparing for Inauguration Day.
Five D.C. restaurant owners discussed the social and financial burden the COVID-19 pandemic has placed on their businesses and staffs.
Student organization leaders discussed the impact of Harris’ victory on girls and women around the country.
A cultural interpreter from the National Museum of the American Indian spoke about the significance of Native American Heritage Month.
Thousands flocked to the White House Saturday afternoon after Joe Biden was projected the 46th president of the United States.
Protests remained largely peaceful throughout the day and into the evening as people watched races called on a jumbotron near the White House.
Students launched a petition earlier this month pressing the University to implement an Asian American studies minor. The Hatchet talked with Student Association Sen. Gabriel Young, CCAS-U, and Frederick Flores, the vice president of the Philippine Cultural Society, about their push to launch the program.