The Mount Vernon Campus was home to the annual Vern Harvest event, where students could make s’mores, paint gourds, eat from food trucks and more.
November 15, 2021
Volume 118, Issue 16
Stories from the November 15, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Half a dozen members of club sports teams said their funding from the SA has decreased as a result of the SA’s shrunken budget this year.
Junior diver Jamie Doak set a pair of program records last month, smashing a decades-old record held by an alumna.
Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, a traveling show featuring light and sound projections, is being held in D.C. at the Rhode Island Center through January.
From saving students money to protecting the environment, U-Pass is a win for the study body as a whole.
GW’s bicentennial celebration is forecasted to more than double the University’s budget for the event, according to a Faculty Senate committee report.
Whether you’re in it for the friends or the food, we have you covered with these tips for planning a successful Friendsgiving.
Check out these sexual health resources around D.C. for when factors like money, time and fear of shame become barriers.
The summit’s lineup featured civil rights activist and keynote speaker Angela Davis and honorary guests Dr. Tony Keith and Rebecca Russo, among others.
After a strong first half, women’s basketball was dealt a blowout loss at the hands of No. 24 Virginia Tech Thursday night.