Point Chaud Café & Crêpes will be filling the vacant space in Duques Hall that was the former home of GDub Java.
January 23, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 18
Stories from the January 23, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Visualized – Attendance at Marches on Washington
Students were front and center this weekend as throngs descended upon D.C. for what many called an intensive and mixed weekend of celebration and protest.
The Colonial Health Center collaborated with the Title IX Office and the Center for Career Services to develop a new peer education program.
After years of development and a delayed opening, GW’s first anonymous peer hotline opened Sunday.
GW draws a lower percentage of its student body from low and middle income bracket households than its peer institutions and neighboring universities.
English professor Jeffrey Cohen dives deeper into the understanding of our planet in his new book, Earth.
Although it can cost around $75,000 to hire a new officer, D.C. Council members said the bill is necessary to reducing crime in the city.
What better way to wow the crowd than by taking inspiration from past first ladies’ inaugural ball looks?
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 […]