The tournament featured a school-wide leg and a league-wide round in which participants could win up to $600 and $1,200, respectively.
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.
Three online student-run publications launched earlier this year are expanding their themes and events to attract more “creative” students to submit works.
A couple gathered with a small group of friends at the high-top table in Kogan Plaza to sign their marriage papers and officially tie the knot.
Members of the SMHS anti-racism coalition said they have formed several working groups to address implicit biases within areas of GW’s medical enterprise.
We saw how GW’s athletic department prioritized its glorified sports and laid other programs to rest. Shame on GW for perpetuating this culture.
The District has accumulated 170 homicides so far in 2020, but only seven have occurred in Ward 2, according to Metropolitan Police Department data.
Study abroad officials will offer a virtual exchange program this spring for international students facing travel restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Hatchet is tracking crimes that occur on campus each week. The map will be updated with crimes every week throughout the month.
Students working toward a political science Bachelor of Arts degree now need 33 credits under their belt, as opposed to 57 from previous semesters.
An unknown subject took the keys to a Toyota Corolla from inside the GW Hospital and proceeded to steal the vehicle.