GW’s plan to divest from fossil fuels shows the power of student activism. But D.C. residents’ advocacy for statehood has been met with hostility.
July 3, 2020
Stories from the July 3, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Spend your Fourth of July weekend speed dating, protesting with the Black Lives Matter movement and hosting a picnic with friends.
Trump does not represent conservative values, conservative should not vote for him this November.
Students living on campus will have their belongings delivered to their rooms ahead of their move-in date this fall, according to an email Wednesday.
Here’s a rundown of events that have been canceled, moved online or still happening in person in the District.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health will soon be home to the District’s first-ever center focused on maternal and child health.
Terry Murphy, the deputy provost of academic affairs, will take a yearlong sabbatical and will return as a faculty member, Provost Brian Blake said.
A person assaulted a police officer at the GW Hospital Sunday, according to a Metropolitan Police Department report.
Imani Cheers has worked in SMPA for seven years and has consistently advocated for diversity on campus, a release states.
D.C. officials boosted the city’s minimum wage from $14 to $15 per hour Wednesday following a yearslong struggle to raise pay for workers in the District.