Trains will operate every 15 to 20 minutes on the Red Line and every 30 to 40 minutes on other lines while officials plan a safe return for the 7000-series railcars.
October 28, 2021
Stories from the October 28, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Returning to an in-person setting, AFSP’s annual Out of the Darkness walk aimed to bring suicide loss survivors together and to fundraise for the group.
The resolution condemns the words “illegal,” “alien” and “assimilation” in reference to undocumented immigrants.
The University, students and community partners must carefully consider the realities of future development.
Despite finishing as the eleventh seed and failing to make the tournament, GW closes the season with a three game undefeated streak.
Two opinions writers go head to head on the hotly contested debate: the merits of Halloween versus the merits of Christmas.
Students performed the Pulitzer Prize finalist play “THE WOLVES” earlier this month as one of their first live performances since the pandemic.
The Colonials (2–20, 2–9 A–10) failed to win a single set and were out–killed 136–89 across three matches the weekend.
Cartoonist Jenna Baer illustrates midterm stress during GW’s first in-person semester since the start of the pandemic.
The 17-member faculty consultative committee will advise the Board of Trustees’ presidential search committee.