The Smithsonian Institute must examine the important voices that have advanced the country and continue to shine a light on these figures.
March 28, 2019
Stories from the March 28, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
If the thought of becoming a tourist in your own city makes your eyes roll to the back of your head, then try these alternative cherry blossom festivities.
Spend your weekend on the National Mall for a kite festival before finishing it off with a baseball game at Nationals Park.
While the use of police force has surged in the District, the Second Police District has consistently had the fewest number of incidents.
As March Madness continues, get out of your residence hall and head to these to take advantage of food and drink deals around the District.
While the president who sits in the White House is someone I believe to be racist, sexist and homophobic, I believe in this country’s people.
Most academic advising offices will subscribe to a new online tool this fall allowing them to store advising notes and communicate more easily with students.
Head coach Rob Castille said the Colonials’ youth continues to provide a learning curve for the team heading into the back half of A-10 play.
For the first time, students will be able to thank donors through a text message during the annual Flag Day celebration on April 17.
Officials hosted four sessions this week for faculty and staff to air their grievances and provide feedback for University President Thomas LeBlanc.