“Audible Adderall” on Spotify features mainly lyric-less, lo-fi music tracks.
April 19, 2021
Volume 117, Issue 28
Stories from the April 19, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Your camera is off. Your microphone is muted. But you forgot to send a message privately to a friend, and now you’ve embarrassed yourself.
To make light of such a tumultuous year, we should underscore some of the more crude moments of the 2020-21 college experience.
Loungewear, the unofficial uniform of quarantine, became not only socially acceptable but the expected outfit to wear during your Zoom class.
If the COVID-19 pandemic has left your love life dry, you might want to check out Adam & Eve, the most comprehensive and affordable online sex shop on the web.
As TikTok gained billions of users, traditionally feminine style for cisgender men has gained representation and subsequently mainstream popularity.
The best art gallery in Northwest D.C. is known for its nontraditional and thought-provoking exhibitions.
Junior Eliza McLamb began creating TikTok videos at the beginning of quarantine to share her music and chronicle her life.
Senior Keith Nagy’s popular Twitter account is an archive of funny political content that accurately represents the microcosm that is GW student culture.
Faculty said officials should prioritize funding for research in light of delays during the pandemic rather than allocating money for a surplus.