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January 14, 2021
Stories from the January 14, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Menya Hosaki is one of D.C.’s newest ramen restaurants, offering a list of eight bowls packed with scallions, seaweed, bamboo shoots, pickled ginger and egg.
The SBA Senate unanimously passed a resolution condemning the riot at the U.S. Capitol during its first meeting of the spring semester Tuesday.
SA senators approved recommendations for officials to increase social activities and academic support for the freshman class at its first meeting of the spring.
Our nation experienced an attack perpetrated by terrorists. As a country, we need to be honest about what happened – and that starts within our GW community.
As a society, we need to start building up young girls – from the earliest years – if we are going to change the way women are treated in the workplace.
Study abroad programs and nonessential student travel will remain suspended for summer 2021, according to an email Wednesday.
Administrators announced they will close the Foggy Bottom Campus with some exceptions and implement an expanded security presence.
The fencing blocks traffic along the length of 20th Street on campus between L Street and Independence Avenue, according to an MPD traffic advisory.
Bowser extended the ban until Jan. 22 at 5:00 a.m. after it was set to expire this Friday, according to her official order.