Restaurants are struggling to survive on take-out and delivery alone so some have chosen to repurpose extra raw ingredients by selling them as groceries.
May 29, 2020
Stories from the May 29, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
In spite of his policy shortcomings, Biden represents a clear step in the right, or left, direction from Trump.
Start the weekend showcasing your talents, practice your Spanish Saturday then learn a vegan brunch recipe just in time for Sunday brunch.
GW’s insistence on keeping the Confucius Institute open not only defies rationality but violates our character as an institution.
A much better solution, albeit one that would require enough courage to buck the existing trend, is a hiring binge. Not a hiring freeze.
As universities move classes online to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, GW and other institutions are facing lawsuits demanding tuition refunds.
Administrators have developed a Back to Campus Initiative, with a dual focus on academic planning and campus operations.
DMV-area lawmakers requested Tuesday that federal officials suspend plans for a 4th of July celebration in the nation’s capital.
Researchers in the Milken Institute School of Public Health received a grant to study the impact of COVID-19 social distancing measures on air quality.
Sunrise GW released principles and actions for the organization to follow to ensure minority voices are fully represented.