While the District is known for its queer nightlife, the Black Cat’s Queer Girl Movie Night provides a more laid-back option.
April 1, 2019
Volume 115, Issue 28
Stories from the April 1, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
For an impressive meal from start to finish, Sfoglina Pasta House impresses from small plates to dessert.
While most restaurants come with the expectation that vegan meals are limited, Shouk changes the stereotype.
The Hatchet’s annual Best of Northwest guide chronicles our editors’ favorite food and drink spots, activities and aspects of campus life.
You may not have realized this top-tier GWorld dining experience existed, but Toryumon Japanese House will satisfy all your Japanese food cravings.
While the classes aren’t cheap, the intense workout and consistent motivation from the instructors made Barry’s Bootcamp worth the price tag.
If you want an accessible scooter ride at an affordable price, Lyft’s dockless scooters are your best bet.
The University seems more concerned about creating an appearance of listening to students rather than actually making sure their voices are heard.
Most students affirmed their support for the SA in last week’s election, but the lack of ranked-choice voting sent the SA presidential race into a runoff.
When the University fails to fill key positions that oversee aspects of student life that are most crucial – health and security – GW is failing students.