Pies may cover the countertops around Thanksgiving time, but you don’t need to go home to grab the perfect slice.
November 20, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 16
Stories from the November 20, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
There are at least a dozen speakeasies across the District and the locals that flock to the secretive bars hidden around the area have the inside scoop.
Sophomores on the dining plan would have to spend no more than $12 a day to make their dining dollars last for the entire semester.
The Store opened last year in the basement of District House to help students struggling to afford food.
Philip Dela Cruz, a GW medical student, dances with fire for the Hawaii Club’s event in Kogan Plaza Thursday night.
Experts said the difference is likely cultural with international students often being more highly regarded at home for earning advanced degrees abroad.
Listen to our editors discuss dining affordability on campus, the declining bee population and give some pie recommendations for the upcoming holiday season.
EMeRG assessed an intoxicated male student and transported him to the GW Hospital emergency room after he punched a hole in a wall in Thurston Hall.
Margaret Wroblewski has spent the past month photographing and interviewing women who have faced harassment in the Metro as part of a photography project.
University President Thomas LeBlanc’s inauguration is the latest in event to be broadcast to a global audience as part of a social media marketing strategy.