Students living on the Vern said they feel unsafe traveling on the Vex to Foggy Bottom for COVID-19 testing, but experts said it should not pose health risks.
September 27, 2021
Volume 118, Issue 10
Stories from the September 27, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
D.C. officials said the program would house encampment residents in local apartments, but critics say the plan is missing details about housing options.
Hospital data shows about 10 patients have been transported to the hospital each month since the helipad’s opening in late 2019.
Last year the Colonials took home the A-10 regular season and A-10 Championship crown and earned the program’s first berth into the NCAA tournament.
The weekend will include events like alumni receptions, campus tours and open houses for GW’s various schools across campus.
Danny Kim started out as a full-time engineer. Now, he spends all his time running one of the District’s most popular food accounts.
More than 20 miles of city roads were closed this past Saturday for the fourth annual D.C. Bike Ride.
Sunrise GW and other activists marched on the U.S. Capitol to demand the passage of landmark environmental legislation.
The Hatchet spoke with Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell, curator for the 2021 installation of Arts in Foggy Bottom’s biennial exhibit, “HUMAN/NATURE”.
Host Alec Rich speaks with Foggy Bottom Association President John George about students’ return to campus.