Students and faculty marched through campus Friday as part of ongoing calls for University President Thomas LeBlanc to resign. Protesters cited GW’s partnership with the Disney Institute, a proposed enrollment cut, layoffs as reasons for him to step down.
Hatchet photographers set out across the United States to document several BLM marches and rallies from May until August.
Jessica Krug began teaching Latin American and African history this semester, according to the schedule of classes.
Krug wrote that she pretended to be Black in her teen years and held onto that false identity into her adulthood.
Protest organizers coined the demonstration the “Get your knee off our necks” commitment march to recognize the police killing of George Floyd.
Where I believe our biggest failure in recent history lies is in the stories we have not reported – but had a responsibility to cover.
The Society of Professional Journalists selected The Hatchet as winners for four regional awards and finalists for six awards in an annual journalism competition.
Approved referendums would press officials to allow the SA president voting power on the Board of Trustees and recognize graduate student workers as a union.
Students have turned to social media to share their grievances and experiences, and we hope to amplify their voices.
Students said the Facebook page Overheard at GW has helped them navigate the deluge of updates from the University response to COVID-19.