I’ll remember college as the four years I spent making a difference in the community, one interview, article or 15-hour production day at a time.
April 27, 2020
Volume 116, Issue 29
Stories from the April 27, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Saying goodbye to The Hatchet’s townhouse feels like the end of a sitcom. It’s as though I should be packing up boxes as wistful music plays and I’m surrounded by everyone who made these years special.
Though informing the community is The Hatchet’s biggest mandate, training the next generation of journalists to fall in love with their profession is what makes it great.
A GoFundMe campaign started by Tonic’s owner will be used to support employees furloughed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Tracking COVID-19 Stay up to date on GW, D.C. news related to the virus. READ MORE
FRESHFARM is keeping its farmers’ markets operational during the COVID-19 pandemic to support local farmers and the local D.C. community. Tracking COVID-19 Stay up to date on GW, D.C. news related to the virus. READ MORE
Other schools understand that by investing their endowments in the fossil fuel industry, they are selling out their students’ futures.
Medical students from Georgetown, GW, and Howard Universities created a platform that matches health care workers with student volunteers to provide childcare and other services during the pandemic. Tracking COVID-19 Stay up to date on GW, D.C. news related to the virus. READ MORE
Gen Z and Millennials have endured catastrophic crises like climate change and gun violence. Don’t call us “coddled.”
It is essential that all students – incoming and returning alike – and their families be kept in the loop about how the University plans to respond.
Some said they have picked up new hobbies like cooking or reading, while others are trying to hunker down on work and job applications.