The District expects to draw as many as 1 million visitors to the city for the inauguration and surrounding protests, and to generate $1 billion.
January 17, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 17
Stories from the January 17, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The multi-year, phased renovations to transform the second floor area into a “living room” concept are underway.
What better way to wow the crowd than by taking inspiration from past first ladies’ inaugural ball looks?
GW’s inaugural ball is a black-tie event, but making sure you’re dressed to impress can be a bit of a daunting task for college students.
About 3,000 additional officers from around the country will assist in maintaining security in the District on Inauguration Day.
This weekend, as thousands of people descend on the District for the inauguration, many others will arrive for the multiple protests, demonstrations and alternative events. Here are some of the largest protests going on around the District and how you can get involved in them. Occupy Inauguration Occupy Inauguration is a rally and protest against […]
This weekend, D.C. will be filled with crazy crowds and tourists clogging up every neighborhood from Adams Morgan to Georgetown and everywhere in between.
Navigating the city on Jan. 20 will be a challenge no matter how you go about it because of the thousands of tourists, road closures and transportation.
Check out The Hatchet’s signature drinks for Inauguration Day so your glass is never empty.
Despite a 1-4 start to A-10 play, men’s basketball’s underclassmen have gained experience playing important minutes and continue to show growth.