In April, The Social Exchange will be hosting their first charity concert in Memphis bringing together 10 local artists.
March 26, 2018
Volume 114, Issue 26
Stories from the March 26, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Tiki Taco, located at 2010 P St. NW, opened this month to serve up a unique fusion of Mexican food with an island-like Polynesian flair in Dupont Circle.
Ashley Le said her desire to be a “storyteller” will allow her to amplify students’ voices as SA president.
After three years working with officials and fighting for causes important to him, Brady Forrest said he’s ready to take on the role of executive vice president.
Imani Ross said she will bring minority voices to the table and highlight community building as SA president.
Ojani Walthrust said he wants to be the SA’s executive vice president to represent and amplify marginalized voices on campus.
When students cast ballots this week they will vote on everything from the semester course credit cap to allowing freshman Student Association senators to vote.
Students said safety and security inspectors weren’t qualified to determine whether the machines posed a security risk.
An uncharacteristic off-day for the Colonials led them to a third-place finish in a field of six with a total score of 195.875.
As the current president and executive vice president of the Student Association, we’ve seen how crucial it is to advocate for the University to be and do better.