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October 12, 2020
Stories from the October 12, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Dupont Underground is opening a photography exhibit depicting D.C. protests against racial inequality.
My experiences overall starkly contrasted with most of what the news stories and exposés would have you believe.
The Institute for Korean Studies hosted a webinar on humor in comedy North Korean films and its influence on the country’s society on Friday.
Even though we’ll graduate in our childhood bedrooms and may not step foot on campus for a long time, the threat of coronavirus is bigger than us.
The athletic department exceeded its $100,000 fundraising goal in a campaign to mitigate the financial toll of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Wednesday she would be extending the District’s coronavirus-induced state of emergency until the end of the calendar year.
Metro officials started distributing free individually wrapped face coverings at Metro stations earlier this week.
The vote marks the senate’s first censure of a University president in recent memory, which comes weeks after a senate committee met privately with LeBlanc.
Former U.S. Ambassador John L. Loeb Jr. donated $2.5 million in 2016 to create the Loeb Institute for Religious Freedom.