Mayor Muriel Bowser announced she will be running for re-election in the District’s 2022 mayoral race on Thursday.
November 4, 2021
Stories from the November 4, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Officials will announce Friday that the University will participate in the program to offer students unlimited rides on the Metro starting Dec. 1.
Students and administrators marched through campus Monday in response to the recent desecration of a Torah scroll in the TKE. Jewish students and other community members talk about why they attended and how they hope GW will address antisemitism on campus.
SA leaders urged the senate Monday to involve more Jewish students in the SA after a Torah was desecrated at a fraternity house Saturday.
After the desecration of a Torah scroll in the Tau Kappa Epsilon house, Jewish student organizations said they were “disheartened” and “shocked.”
Though the culture of protesting for equality is prevalent at GW, students’ understanding of feminism could benefit from intersectionality.
Check out a remembrance celebration at an art gallery, explore Asian culture at the Red Eye Market and shake off the Sunday scaries at DC Improv.
For imaginative, hand-crafted vegan and kosher sandwiches, salads and shakes, head over to Bubbie’s Plant Burgers and Fizz in Dupont Circle.
Let’s work together as students to create an academic environment where all students are focused on the pursuit of knowledge, free from selfish interruptions.
In the first match back in front of home fans, the Colonials defeated the Blazers 93–51 as GW dominated in every major statistical category.