Wanting to be with someone can only get you so far, especially during a pandemic. You have to put in the legwork and learn to talk out the good and bad.
February 11, 2021
Stories from the February 11, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
My fellow single college peers, desperate to get out there and mingle again, stay home so we can have a better Valentine’s Day next year.
Opt for mouthwatering, home cooked barbecue at Henry’s Soul Cafe on your next takeout lunch or dinner.
Celebrate the weekend by attending a satirical play called “Hi, Are You Single?” or listening to people talk about the highs and lows of dating.
DDOT released plans to install the lane along Virginia Avenue from Rock Creek Trail to Constitution Avenue.
The SBA unanimously voted to allocate money to a fund that provides financial assistance to law students for expenses, like transportation and rent.
GW will host a sustainability summit this Thursday, featuring guests like chef José Andés and U.S. Rep. Sean Casten, D-Ill.
Students can register to run for an SA position between Feb. 24 and March 3, and eligible candidates can campaign beginning March 4.
BSU launched a new website Sunday for current and prospective students to stay updated on the group’s activities.
The event was the first installment of a monthslong series celebrating the bicentennial, which will conclude at Colonials Weekend in October.