A man stole and destroyed a female staff member’s cell phone at Ross Hall after he was denied entrance to the building.
January 21, 2020
Volume 116, Issue 19
Stories from the January 21, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Organizers from March On and a Women’s March discuss the importance of inclusivity in the Women’s March.
Phi Sigma Sigma’s withdrawal from recruitment shows that new members do not tolerate organizations with a racist past.
Artist Zach Lieberman unveiled “Future Sketches” at Artechouse Thursday. The exhibit intersects computer coding with visual art.
Thousands of protesters gathered in Freedom Plaza for the fourth annual Women’s March Saturday.
Biphobia, fear of bisexuality, is a threat to the bisexual community and can be helped by first acknowledging the problem.
The “Future Sketches” exhibit uses elements like light, animation and facial recognition software to show visitors an expressive augmented reality.
This week, nine crimes occurred on the Foggy Bottom Campus.
This week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It” dives into the dead body that caused an uproar among some Foggy Bottom residents
It will be easier for Tate to improve campus safety measures if he has the trust of students and the broader GW community.