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December 31, 2020
Stories from the December 31, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
With the pandemic as the backdrop for most events that unfolded this year, nearly every aspect of the University has been upended.
From demonstrations over racial injustice to celebrations after former Vice President Joe Biden was elected as the next president, here are some of the most memorable shots of the year.
Jameer Nelson Jr. and Ace Stallings are the second and third players to leave the program within a week.
Christian said Lindo Jr., who transferred from Maryland in April, will continue to work on his game in practice.
2021 might feel like a fresh start, but we must remember that the pandemic is still alive and well.
You get to wake up Friday morning to a new year and the weekend. Here’s some activities around the city to ring it in right.
As coronavirus-related deaths reach record highs, Trump demanded that senators increase the stimulus checks.
You may not be able to kiss someone on New Year’s Eve or pop champagne this year, but don’t let that get in the way of having fun.
Leila Kramer, the interim assistant director of Disability Support Services, died unexpectedly earlier this month. She was 52.