GWPD Chief James Tate said he was “overwhelmed” by the video showing George Floyd’s death, which sparked protests against police brutality across the globe.
June 26, 2020
Stories from the June 26, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
In the University’s plan to reopen, students, faculty and staff will be put at great risk of contracting the coronavirus.
While the University still awaits news on whether campus will be allowed to reopen in the fall, D.C. is entering phase two of reopening the city.
Last year, the Editorial Board called for some GWPD officers to be armed, but this demand was wrong and ill-conceived.
Celebrate Pride at the Latinx Pride Dance Party, watch a benefit for equitable COVID-19 relief and stream live performances from D.C. jazz artists.
Outside of national headlines, there is years’ worth of learning to unpack related to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Three alumni banded together to launch a new spiked seltzer company, Volley, that hit the market Monday.
Officials plan to preserve all housing assignments for the fall semester, despite plans to separate beds six feet apart in all on-campus residence halls.
Officials said a bust of George Washington located on 23rd and F streets no longer affixed to its stand did not appear to be the target of a protest against GW.
A portion of Adams Morgan will be closed to traffic this weekend to allow expanded outside seating.