As part of a now 14-year Commencement kickoff tradition, the Multicultural Student Services Center hosted their 2022 Graduation Celebration on Thursday. Graduates representing the breadth of communities served by the MSSC spoke and reflected on their time at GW and the changes they experienced, both deliberate (such as reviving on-campus cultural celebrations) and unexpected (most […]
Student choreographers Paige Valego and Zoe Warren discuss the process behind the making of each show and reflect on their experience with dance at GW.
The Hatchet asked students to weigh in with their thoughts on the policy change.
Student Association Sen. Yan Xu, ESIA-U, who also serves as the SA’s finance committee chair, is running for SA vice president this year.
The Hatchet spoke with students in Kogan Plaza about their reflections from prior administrations and their hopes for the current administration moving forward.
The Hatchet spoke with members of GW’s COVID-19 testing laboratory, which is responsible for analyzing all COVID-19 tests sampled from the University’s testing locations.
The concept of the Clothesline Project was adapted to GW by including both statements pertaining to sexual violence and other types of harm.
Videographers Erika Filter and Maximus Kanda travel to the Downtown Holiday Market and the Park View Market, which are open through the end of December.
Students gathered in Kogan Plaza Friday to protest the administration after a complaint was filed with D.C.’s Office of Civil Rights.
After gaining traction in the spring for pairing students with algorithmically chosen matches, GDUB Marriage Pact has returned for a second launch.