Podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with restaurant owners Dan Simon, Vita Ali and Jeremy Pollock about how their restaurants have handled the pandemic.
December 24, 2020
Stories from the December 24, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The Council must vote to decriminalize sex work and set a precedent for other major cities around the country.
The vaccine’s arrival signals that the end of the pandemic is near, but rising cases in the District mean we still need to wear masks and socially distance.
The pandemic has shed light on the importance of independent student journalism, even when it’s perennially threatened by finances.
Restaurant owners said they’ve tried to help out their former employees over the past few months by referring them to new jobs or trying to rehire them.
Learn about graffiti and street art, map out your 2021 goals by creating a vision board or laugh out your stress at an online comedy show.
After a man experiencing homelessness passed away at a homeless encampment on campus earlier this month, locals have gathered donations to help fund his burial.
Mayor Muriel Bowser named GW alumnus Robert Contee III as her choice to be the next chief of the Metropolitan Police Department Tuesday.
A student who was arrested while praying on campus in 2018 is suing the University for enabling a “negligent, discriminatory and intentional act.”
Metrobus riders will be required to pay the $2 fare again beginning Jan. 3, WMATA announced Thursday.