The Graduate School of Political Management hosted a panel to discuss reactions to the first presidential debate and its impact on the race Wednesday.
October 1, 2020
Stories from the October 1, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
COVID-19 wrecked every event and idea we had envisioned, forcing us to rethink how we fundamentally exist and operate within the GW community.
Commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month with “fast-fine” cafe eats at Southeast D.C.’s La Famosa.
During this first weekend of October, take a break from studying and log onto a stand-up comedy show on Animal Crossing.
Irrespective of partisan fighting, the reality is that it is time to move forward with a Supreme Court nomination.
The resolution pressed officials to choose a replacement for LeBlanc through a committee of students, faculty and staff.
The men’s and women’s soccer coaches said their teams are slowly getting back on the field to train for the upcoming season.
An technology security issue at the GW Hospital’s majority owner has caused “temporary disruptions” to operations at the company’s hospital locations.
City officials dismissed a complaint that alleged Ward 2 Council member Brooke Pinto violated campaign finance law.
Officials postponed this fall’s Faculty Assembly meeting to work with IT staff to ensure any votes taken are “fair, complete and transparent.”