Grab your friends and check out Doi Moi for specialty drinks, shareable Vietnamese dishes and a lively atmosphere.
July 30, 2021
Stories from the July 30, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A full and inclusive history allows students to understand the role of themselves and their communities in the construction of a better democracy.
Former GW basketball teammates Yuta Watanabe and Patricio Garino will represent Japan and Argentina, respectively.
This week’s headlines were double edged swords for both the University and the District, as both continue to deal with a potentially waning pandemic.
Attend a stand-up show on Friday night, watch the Citi Open opening night tournament and visit the National Museum of Women in the Arts for free on Sunday.
Today, 18th Street in Adams Morgan remains the centerpiece of the neighborhood, retaining its hallmark artistic edge first established five decades ago.
GW will be the first major university in the U.S. to offer the new two-year, part-time master’s program, according to a University release last Wednesday.
University President Thomas LeBlanc’s compensation from July 2019 through June 2020 dropped by nearly $90,000, financial disclosures reveal.
Mayor Muriel Bowser restored the citywide mandate, which will control mask wearing requirements across campus buildings, effective Saturday.
The poll found that Republicans’ trust in state and local election officials dipped in states that President Joe Biden won in the 2020 presidential election.