Host Sejal Govindarao speaks with PJ Johnson, the president of College Democrats, and Jacoby Sypher, the College Republicans’ freshman representative.
January 24, 2022
Volume 118, Issue 20
Stories from the January 24, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Women’s basketball lost their fourth consecutive game Saturday afternoon against Massachusetts at the Smith Center.
It’s the time of year to part with your ice-cold cocktails and embrace the chilly days with one of these balmy brews.
The added cost of using the hotel rooms for isolation housing still dwarfs the budget impact if students had not returned to campus this semester.
The push to improve shared governance comes after high tensions between faculty and officials in recent decision-making.
Interactive Asian dining like Korean BBQ is newly popularized in the United States but steeped in cultural tradition.
The FUTURES exhibit at the Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building features immersive art installations and interactive activities.
The SA president and vice president received the same compensation this academic year for the first time ever.
The building has stood in Foggy Bottom for more than 100 years, serving as GW’s second women’s residence hall and a naval research center.
A half dozen restaurant managers said labor shortages are minimizing menu item availability, inflating prices and limiting ingredient.