First generation students took part in National First Generation Student Celebration Week last week. Students spent the time tabling at the Diversity Summit, where they set up a photo booth, provided candy and informational graphics about first generation students.
The Hatchet met up with nine artists to talk about their murals, the process of creating a mural and the inspiration behind their work.
GW Folklorico held its first performance Kogan Plaza celebrating Día de los Muertos Saturday.
Members of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Student Association hosted a pumpkin painting fundraiser in Kogan Plaza Thursday.
Dozens of people celebrated the National Cathedral’s annual fall festival Saturday with arts and crafts and vendors.
Students involved with the Spanish language department said a potential cut to advanced courses will hurt their study in the subject area.
Founder Jay Xu said he uses his Instagram business to influence fashion on campus.
Student influencer Natalie Geisel uses Instagram and a blog column as platforms to “normalize queerness.”
Washington Ballet hosted a pop-up performance Wednesday evening at CityCenterDC.
Fiesta DC is an annual festival highlighting Latinx culture.