A Biden presidency, while representing a break from Trump, does not represent a break from the injustice that dominates America.
December 3, 2020
Stories from the December 3, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Students who declared their major early should not be punished for their proactivity – they should be allowed to follow the new requirements.
Here’s a rundown of a few restaurants where you can eat inside an plastic bubble to stay warm and safeguard yourself from COVID-19.
The driving force behind much change at the University over the past decade has been student advocacy, often initiated by the Student Association.
These days were my reminders of what I loved about the District and how lucky I was to be learning there.
Between finals breaks, get in the holiday spirit by checking out the National Christmas Tree and watching an outdoor screening of “Elf.”
Local community members elected a new president of the Foggy Bottom Association and charted plans to guide the neighborhood through the year.
Hampton made 20 more shot attempts, including 21 points from GW turnovers.
Officials said they publicly launched the program last month with a goal to provide scholarships and chances to connect with alumnae in various industries.
Metro officials are proposing major service cutbacks for fiscal year 2022 amid a massive budget shortfall, according to an agency proposal released Monday.