As we enter a new decade, year and election cycle, this anniversary is more important than ever for black Americans across the country to redefine their culture.
February 3, 2020
Volume 116, Issue 21
Stories from the February 3, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
SA senators are trying to bridge a communication gap between Chinese students and administrators with a messaging app.
The coaching duo said their love for the sport and the experience they’ve cultivated at GW supersedes a number on a paycheck.
Officials canceled multiple study abroad programs in China in response to the spread of a novel strain of coronavirus.
Read the work of several noteworthy black authors deserving of examination and celebration this month.
Nina Seavey, the head of the School of Media and Public Affairs’ Documentary Center, will step down after 30 years in her position.
During Black History Month, pay a visit to black-owned businesses around the District like Ben’s Chili Bowl and the Florida Avenue Grill.
An institute focused on commemorating D-Day will use its new space in Phillips Hall to expand its presence on campus, institute faculty said.
The Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies program is piloting a capstone seminar this semester that will allow students to collaborate on their theses.
Evans’ decision to run in his own special election to replace him is just as selfish as his corrupt actions while he sat on the Council.