After more than a year of online instruction, students returned to face-to-face classes earlier this month for the first time.
More than 15 performing arts groups from across campus performed at the Dorothy Betts Marvin Theater in the University Student Center Thursday night.
Fifty eight years after Martin Luther King Jr. gave his historic “I Have a Dream” speech, thousands of demonstrators gathered to rally for voting rights.
Thousands of students were welcomed onto campus over the past week for the first time in more than a year.
The Hatchet sat down with residents throughout D.C. to learn about how their neighborhoods enrich the city.
As their time on The GW Hatchet comes to a close, Volume 117 editors Sarah Roach, Lizzie Mintz and Kiran Hoeffner-Shah reflect and look toward the future of the paper.
Three GW professors discuss the history and importance of the gay rights movement, the Civil Rights movement and the women’s rights movement and reflect on their protests and marches that have taken place in D.C. and around the country.
Podcast hosts Alec Rich, Sarah Sachs, CP Richardson and Thais Kolganov speak with SA candidates about their online campaigning strategies amid COVID-19.
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 […]
The Hatchet sat down with Hatchet alumni Zach Montellaro from Politico and Deepa Shivaram from NBC News to discuss their work covering the 2020 presidential election.