In interviews, more than 15 students said they started regularly using SafeRide this year as a precautionary measure in light of recent crime.
November 1, 2021
Volume 118, Issue 14
Stories from the November 1, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
From hybrid learning to transportation reimbursements, GW should step in to make life a little bit easier for students dealing with Metro delays.
Milken Dean Lynn Goldman will advise CDC director Rochelle Walensky on critical public health issues, like chronic disease.
“The King’s Jester” was a muddled, self-centered show that relied more on Minhaj’s newfound fame rather than an ability to say something true.
Men’s soccer closed out their season with a win against Saint Bonaventure in overtime on the road Saturday.
Ted Osius, the former U.S. ambassador to Vietnam, reviewed the history of U.S.-Vietnam relations at the Elliott School of International Affairs Tuesday.
Faculty publicly launched the Climate and Health Institute with a webinar series presenting research on topics like climate change and environmental justice.
Podcast reporters CP Richardson and Ethan Valliath speak with GW College Democrats President PJ Johnson and GW College Republicans Chairman Patrick Burland.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with Glenn Adamson, one of the curators on the FUTURES exhibition team.
Since Karpeh graduated in 2015, he’s collaborated with artists like John Mayer and had one of his songs sampled on a Taylor Swift album.