Instead of daydreaming about sunbathing on a Carribean beach, experience the best of Trinidad and Tobago and indulge in the islands’ tropical flavors at Cane.
February 4, 2021
Stories from the February 4, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Attend a free Corcoran music concert, try out therapeutic art, then reserve your Sunday for the 55th Super Bowl.
This Sunday, watch the Kansas City Chiefs battle the Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting at 6:30 p.m. while enjoying takeout from a D.C.-area restaurant.
Student organizations should be able to remove members who violate a drawn out ethics code.
Declining COVID-19 cases and an increase in vaccinations are good signs, but people are still dying and new variants could complicate things.
With a Democratic control of Congress and the presidency, student advocating for D.C. statehood say its prospects are nearly the best it has ever been.
Applications have opened for a new Student Association executive vice president to fill a vacancy resulting from former SA President Howard Brookins’ resignation.
A group of faculty senators managing the survey announced last week that they would analyze and post the results publicly by Feb. 22.
Turley told The Washington Post that Trump could harm his own case if he insists on arguing that voter fraud cost him the election.
The Foggy Bottom and Virginia Science and Technology campuses will have delayed starts Tuesday due to snowfall and a winter weather advisory.