From quibbling with copy about commas or with Sarah over editorial judgment, I hope I’ve made the paper the best version of itself each week.
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer emphasized the role that participation and persuasion plays in a democracy at a speaker event Thursday.
The protests turned violent as the night went on, with police responding to firecrackers and property damage with stun grenades and tear gas.
The Hatchet looked through each candidate’s platform to identify inaccurate or misleading information and provide additional context.
Officials say they have put enrollment measures in place in anticipation of reduced international student enrollment in the Class of 2024.
More than half of the total amount – about $78.6 million – originated from the Saudi Arabian government, more than any university in the U.S.
Administrators have informed students participating in study abroad programs in Italy to leave the country as officials begin “scaling back” operations.
The Student Association’s head signed an executive order Sunday establishing a group charged with addressing anti-Semitism on campus.
GW’s budget approached $1.2 billion last fiscal year amid a record-high freshman class two years ago.
Phi Sigma Sigma President Alison Janega will resign from her position, according to an email she sent to the chapter Friday.