A cultural interpreter from the National Museum of the American Indian spoke about the significance of Native American Heritage Month.
November 9, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 13
Stories from the November 9, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Podcast host Alec Rich speaks with news editor Lia DeGroot and senior photo editor Lillian Bautista about covering election day events in D.C.
Reporters CP Richardson, Maddie Loebbaka and Diego Mendoza speak with people around the White House throughout election week.
You may feel inclined to turn the news back on, but it may be better to turn on a happy show instead.
The Hatchet talked with demonstrators buzzing around D.C. about what changes they want to see in office.
We had midterms, exams and papers that weren’t going to write themselves, but it didn’t matter until we were certain that America could finally begin to heal.
Among non-football schools, the Colonials cracked SkullSparks’ top-130 athletic department social media interactions list only once at No. 112 in August.
Some faculty had pushed to hold a vote of no confidence in Provost Brian Blake at this month’s Faculty Assembly meeting.
Young people helped Biden and Harris win this election. Now it is their turn to implement policies that will help us.
Students on campus braced for potentially violent election protests, but demonstrations have remained peaceful near campus thus far.