Delve into R&B singer and songwriter Summer Walker’s newly released EP about the emotional nature of breakups.
July 17, 2020
Stories from the July 17, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
We fear that the administration is using this crisis to accomplish its own long-term vision of changing the nature of GW in a short-term, backhanded way.
While GW decides whether to continue self-describing as Colonials, we should start working to restructure higher education.
Trump backed away from plans to deport international students, but at GW, sexual abuse allegations shows the issue’s prevalence on campus.
Take a break from the crowded city and explore the flora and fauna of the District with kayaking, an art exhibit and gardens.
For “sorta” South American eats just minutes from campus, Mercy Me DC has got you covered.
Officials said students on campus will also be required to sign a pledge to follow various health and safety guidelines.
Metro Transit Police Department officers arrested a person across the street from International House for shattering a Metrobus door Tuesday.
A local governing body voted Wednesday to expand a slew of sidewalks on campus to allow pedestrians to socially distance when walking outdoors.
After two years as interim dean, Paul Wahlbeck will become the permanent leader of the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.