For the next installment of The Hatchet’s Student Spotlight Series, we sat down with Luc Saint-Genies, a sophomore who has advocated for the ROTC community at GW.
January 18, 2022
Volume 118, Issue 19
Stories from the January 18, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The University’s shared governance task force will hold four town halls this week to hear faculty input and help establish a definition of shared governance.
The D.C. chess scene is alive and well, expanding in size and diversity, with a primary hub right outside of the Foggy Bottom Metro station.
Critical race theory may seem complicated or abstract, but even those not attuned to the theory already use core tenets of it to inform everyday life.
The Colonials were undermanned throughout the night, enduring the absence of several starters due to COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
The report compiled a list of demographics, like age and gender, on the 704 defendants federally charged in connection to the insurrection.
The team, which will begin play next month, will be looking to improve upon a 6-6 record in a pandemic-induced abbreviated last season
Interim University President Mark Wrighton’s first two weeks have consisted of meetings with administrators, trustees, faculty and D.C. government officials.
Approximately 17 percent of enrolled students were white men, yet they have been represented in the GW presidency 100 percent of the time.