The Death Becomes Us pop-up bar is a part of a series of events leading up to the True Crime Festivals.
October 15, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 11
Stories from the October 15, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The deli opened its doors Thursday, but has already gained a cult following at farmers markets across the District.
Withers began working at the University 53 years ago, and has revolutionized the dance program while running her own dance company.
Donations from parents fell for the third consecutive year in fiscal year 2018, dropping to $5.7 million, a six-year low for the University.
The GW Alumni Association voted last week to continue operations as the Independent Alumni Association of George Washington.
The Elliott School has solicited eight-figure donations for two consecutive years – the first time the school has accomplished such a feat.
Seven faith-based groups debuted a room on the third floor of the Multicultural Student Services Center Friday for students to congregate for worship.
GW’s top two political student groups planned campaign trips in the same congressional district ahead of the midterm elections.
Dining representatives piloted “Supermarket Sundays” this week, an event at Whole Foods that gave students a tour of the store and meal prep tips.
A female student reported to GWPD that an unidentified subject created a fake Instagram account registered to her name that featured a threatening message.