Visualized – Inauguration Attendance
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.
Between inaugural balls, parades and protests, you’ll want to look your best for D.C.’s biggest weekend.
Senior defender signed a contract with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds last week. He anchored a defense that led the conference in goals against this year.
The English department is offering a course on Bollywood cinema this semester, giving students a chance to learn about South Asian culture.
Trying to figure out how to navigate, kill some time or get your party on this inaugural weekend? There’s an app for that. With thousands of tourists heading to D.C. for the swearing-in of President-elect Donald Trump, navigating the city will be more stressful than usual, and you’ll want something to entertain you as you […]
Instead of standing in huge crowds to listen to speeches, head down to Pennsylvania Ave. to see performance groups, floats.
With inaugural weekend activities ranging from traditional events to protests, there’s a lot to do and you’ll need to find a place to refuel afterwards.
As the most politically active campus in the country, professors bring their past political experience to the classroom.
Even if you’re disappointed by election results or are having nightmare flashbacks to your senior prom, GW’s inaugural ball will be an opportunity to dress
Although Inauguration weekend is filled with exciting events, the swearing-in ceremony is the main event as the president-elect becomes president.