The Supreme Court sided with college athletes against the NCAA, allowing an increase in education-related compensation
June 25, 2021
Stories from the June 25, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The headlines from the thumbs up category are meant to be seen as positive, but they barely scratch the surface of deep, complicated issues.
This weekend, kick off your Fourth of July celebrations by enjoying the D.C.’s art scene and attending a barbecue battle.
Clear your schedule this afternoon to whip up one these easy-to-make, refreshing summery drinks.
The debate lasted for three hours and marked the second Senate hearing addressing D.C. statehood since 2014.
The Vex will resume “fully operational” service Aug. 9 on a 30-minute schedule, and fully vaccinated passengers can ride without masks.
In an interview with The Hatchet, MPD Chief Robert Contee III discussed his plans to enhance community outreach and university relations during his tenure.
Officials will install a new line of water-bottle filling stations and remove plastic bottles from vending machines on campus.
The Washington Regional Alcohol Program will offer free Lyft rides in the D.C. area on July 4 to prevent drunk driving
Bracey joined GW Law as a faculty member in 2008 and previously served as the school’s senior associate dean for academic affairs and interim dean.