As it continues to expand, The Wharf – the District’s new Southwest waterfront development – is quickly becoming the trendiest spot for musicians.
January 16, 2018
Volume 114, Issue 18
Stories from the January 16, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Grab your hammer and chisel because it’s time that GW professors consider syllabi just as seriously as contracts.
The CHC and psychologists in the DMV area must do more to better support students seeking help for mental health issues.
So many vacancies in such a short time is not normal. LeBlanc and the University must be transparent about the plan to fill these positions.
The Colonials (8-10, 1-4 A-10) have gone 0-4 and fallen to the bottom of the Atlantic 10 after finishing December with a three-game winning streak.
Sophomore Ray Brown is one of many students attending Coachella this April, but unlike his classmates, he will be taking the stage.
A sophomore founded a national women’s empowerment movement called the Yes She Can Campaign during her first year of college.
The group’s vice president suggested that minority students don’t attend AQWA events, according to a post from the organization’s president.
After winning their conference title in 2017, the No. 25 Colonials are looking to take risks and compete on the national level this year.
Tysheron Grant skates with his son, Cody, at the Washington Harbour Ice Rink.