If you visit Farmers and Distillers, a new restaurant by Farmers Restaurant Group, and order a cocktail, you may be sipping on honey from GW’s bees.
December 8, 2016
Stories from the December 8, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
While some of Trump’s rhetoric may seem scary, what he has said so far about student loans should put students at ease.
Although most of the demands made by student organizations last month were valid, students should focus first on establishing a sanctuary campus.
If you love the fast and healthy food from Beefsteak and Sweetgreen, Eatsa may be your new lunch spot.
The search for a director for the new AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy will begin next month, officials say.
A former assistant professor of radiation oncology in GW Medical Faculty Associates is suing MFA and the GW Hospital for allegedly forcing her to resign from her job.
Less than 24 hours before a gunman would walk into Comet Ping Pong, there were no empty chairs in the restaurant, except the ones vacated by children that were squeezing in one game of ping pong before their dinner.
The University Police Department began regularly documenting incidents of public drunkenness last year.
Following a day-long hearing to determine whether or not resident advisers at GW can unionize, the NLRB has yet to come to a decision.
We aren’t going to be able to pop the liberal bubble – and that’s OK. But students should actively try to make the bubble less restrictive.