The National Museum of Women in the Arts is presenting “Women House,” an exhibit aimed at challenging a woman’s place in society.
March 8, 2018
Stories from the March 8, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Start your spring break weekend with a musical reminiscent of your childhood, then fast forward a few years by tossing back a Guinness and celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.
For the first time, the Kennedy Center will be putting on Direct Current, a festival that combines activism, electronica, video games and more.
Students with disabilities shouldn’t be the ones to accommodate themselves due to their disability.
Students and the University must do better to support all our athletic programs in order to create exposure for our University and a sense of community for students.
The University did not make a fitting choice for the commencement speaker, and failed to reach the bar that they have set and met in the past.
Alex Cameron has been featured on songs that have become memes, opened and co-wrote for the Killers and attracted the attention of some of indie’s elite.
After six years at GW, women’s soccer head coach Sarah Barnes announced her resignation last week.
Leaders of the group, which was registered with the Center for Student Engagement this semester, said they want to draw attention to rare diseases on campus.
Students can now relive their childhood by zooming through D.C. on electric scooters, thanks to a new public scooter program.