Don’t miss well-known comedians and music performers as they roll through D.C. on their tours this weekend.
November 16, 2017
Stories from the November 16, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
In future fall semesters, many of the chapters, particularly the fraternities, should plan more events for first-semester freshmen and better advertise them.
If you’re craving something spicy to warm you up, the Chorizo Casero con Puré de Patatas al Aceite de Oliva ($9.50) at Jaleo is a must-try.
Students said the proposals would make applying for financial aid easier and facilitate understanding of the process.
Officials said the fee waivers give students time to recover from the emotional and financial distress caused by severe weather events.
The Colonials will face Gannon at 7 p.m. Friday for their first game of the Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference tournament.
Experts said not having the kits could limit the evidence survivors are able to present in their case, but the kits aren’t typically available.
Students said adding a council in CCAS will create a more direct relationship with administrators and give students a greater say in the school’s decisions.
Prepare to get tipsy at a new NoMa bar, the Dark Side Bar, a Star Wars-themed pop-up bar in Northeast D.C.
Museum of the Bible, set to open Friday, is a 430,000-square-foot space occupied by artifacts, theaters and high tech interactive exhibits.