During a crisis, families should understand that officials are trying their best to financially help their students.
June 5, 2020
Stories from the June 5, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
While thousands march to express their anger with police brutality, officials released a premature decision on fall classes.
Dozens of protests against racism and police brutality have erupted around the world over the past two weeks.
After raising more than $1,800, senior Kaycee Beardeaux has ended a campaign to help McReynolds’ Liquors pay for looting damages.
If you’re seeking ways to become a stronger ally to the black community, we’ve compiled a few ways you can work to become a better advocate for the movement.
The Black Student Union has raised more than $9,500 in three days to support three organizations working to cover arrested protestors’ bail and legal fees.
Employee compensation totaled nearly $686 million during the fiscal year, which ended June 30, 2019.
Mayor Muriel Bowser pushed the citywide curfew back to 11 p.m. Wednesday after her earlier two-night curfew lifted earlier in the morning.
A law professor was appointed to a task force examining the rise in domestic violence cases during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Black Student Union published a letter calling on GWPD to adopt a slew of changes aimed at improving the relationship between students and officers.