Support local artists at an art exhibition on Friday, unwind with a virtual yoga class on Saturday and experience a picturesque lantern festival on Sunday.
August 6, 2021
Stories from the August 6, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
You’ll come to Chicken + Whiskey for the slow-roasted South American style chicken, but stay for the hidden bar in the back of the restaurant.
COVID-19 came back with a bang in this week’s headlines. The Delta variant and mask mandates have students worried, but vaccines have changed the game.
GW’s administration can adapt to the future by providing some virtual learning options for those who want them going forward.
The D.C. Circulator will remain free to riders through the end of September, Mayor Muriel Bowser and DDOT officials announced Monday.
Riders with SmarTrip cards that are installed virtually can receive 10 free 30-minute Capital Bikeshare rides for 30 days through December.
The museum will reopen to the public Wednesday for the first time since closing amid the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic last March.
Western Market will offer 14 new food vendors at The Shops at 2000 Penn after opening later this month.
The officer was taken to the Hospital after being injured in a shooting incident outside the Pentagon, according to several news reports.
GW community members will be required to wear masks in campus buildings effective Saturday, officials announced in an email Friday.