This paper gave me passion and confidence I didn’t know I had, and I know the same holds true for every single person who cares about this paper, too.
April 26, 2021
Volume 118, Issue 1
Stories from the April 26, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
From quibbling with copy about commas or with Sarah over editorial judgment, I hope I’ve made the paper the best version of itself each week.
The Hatchet created some of my best memories from college, and I wish I could have a few of mornings in the townhouse back.
LeBlanc called the meeting, which will be held at the end of the month, at the request of the Faculty Senate’s executive committee.
For a restaurant quality meal from the comfort of your own home, The Hatchet rounded up a variety of meal kits from some classic District spots.
After SA leaders voted to add more committees and reform election guidelines this semester, overhauls to the body’s bylaws will go into effect this week.
A biology professor is studying the ecological impacts of an insect that will flood the DMV for the first time in 17 years this spring.
The budget will continue regular operations for at least another year following initial plans to make devastating cuts to its operating schedule.
An assistant engineering professor is creating a safety system that autonomous planes can use to respond to adverse weather and electrical faults.
LeBlanc locked in on a defined messaging strategy during the pandemic – communicate regularly and don’t overpromise.