Trade in your pre-finals siesta for a fiesta this weekend. Get your funk on at U Street or experience ambient techno music at Echostage.
May 4, 2017
Stories from the May 4, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Jay Pharoah, a former Saturday Night Live star made famous for his portrayal of Obama, will perform at Lisner Auditorium Friday.
This amendment is a part of the the District’s push for sexual assault reform in the city that began in 2013.
Settle down after your finals and coast into summer with some warm female vocalists and cool waves of synth.
Violence inhibits discourse on issues and often harms the perpetrator’s cause rather than helping it.
A group of researchers in the engineering school are using 3D printers to develop artificial tissue to help heal damaged tissues in the human body.
GW’s institutes should make recording their events a priority so that their work reaches all students.
The department of Libraries and Academic Innovation is looking for a new associate dean to oversee the development of new teaching techniques.
The local labor group set to collectively bargain on behalf of RAs withdrew its petition to organize the day before the unionization election.
Cassandra Moshfegh, who graduated in the class of 2016, said her research has the potential to provide a simple, everyday treatment to PTSD.