To save yourself from an expensive Uber and pricey drinks, keep these happy hour specials on and near campus in mind.
June 11, 2021
Stories from the June 11, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Stroll through a farmers market on Friday, attend a pride walk and rally on Saturday and take a free yoga class on Sunday.
Do you have strong views, experience or expertise on what’s happening at GW? Submit an op-ed to the Hatchet so the community can hear your perspective.
As the District is starting to come back to life after a year of COVID-19 restrictions, GW is coming back to life with it.
Diana Karczmarczyk, a professional lecturer at Milken, will be the first director of employee well-being support in the Metropolitan Police Department.
The School of Nursing established a scholarship in honor of a health sciences professor who died in a house fire in April.
The new feature allows users to hold their phone next to a card reader for any station, bus or parking lot to pay to access their trip with Google Pay.
The Metro board voted to extend Metrorail operating hours, lower weekend rail fares and increase train service in an effort to bring riders back.
Provost Brian Blake is stepping down from his position after he was announced as Georgia State University’s sole finalist for the position of president.
Facility upgrades included HVAC system improvements, new air filter installations, building cleanings, maintenance checks and air and water flushes.