On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It” culture editor Sidney Lee gives some guidance for the holiday season ahead.
November 25, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 17
Stories from the November 25, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Breast cancer mortality experts said black women face financial pressures that could lead to disparities in breast cancer mortality.
The report placed the net present value of a GW degree at No. 71 out of 4,500 colleges and universities, outpacing nine of its peer institutions.
The temperature is dropping, but here are a few smooth sounds to add to your playlist that will warm up your insides as you are shuddering on the outside.
Enchant is a park lit up with more than 3.5 million lights and includes a holiday market, an ice skating rink and a 100-foot-tall Christmas tree.
Officials are working with students to find ways for them to complete their courses after indefinitely suspending the Hong Kong study abroad program.
Thanksgiving is all about sharing delicious food. Most of the holiday is celebrated with family, but many people view their friends as their “chosen family.”
Read our annual holiday guide for tips on hosting Thanksgiving dinner, information about holiday events around D.C. and recipes for festive treats and drinks.
If you’re staying in the District for Thanksgiving, you don’t have to revert to the Whole Foods hot bar to satisfy your cravings for a home-cooked meal.
Cancel culture walks a fine line between activism and character assassination, and it is often easier to cancel first and ask questions later.