The Hatchet spoke with members of GW’s COVID-19 testing laboratory, which is responsible for analyzing all COVID-19 tests sampled from the University’s testing locations.
January 31, 2022
Volume 118, Issue 21
Stories from the January 31, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Joe Bamisile and Brayon Freeman both came to GW looking for a chance at consistent playing time under a coach that they trusted.
Metropolitan Police Department officers alerted the GW Police Department about the assault, but the driver did not press further charges.
The 2022 Washington D.C. Auto Show features a selection of vehicles showcasing a variety of top manufacturers at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
Progress toward a shared governance framework took a big step this month, but administrators should set up permanent ways of receiving student input.
Roughly 100 students who will meet about once a week to climb at a local gym in the District joined GW Club Climbing in January.
Elliott researchers will continue to track countries’ ability to govern data in areas like human rights through an online interactive map.
At-Large D.C. Council member Robert White will face off against Mayor Muriel Bowser in this year’s mayoral election.
The Hatchet took a tour inside GW’s public health lab to discuss with staff how University faculty and staff process bi-weekly COVID-19 tests.
We talked to local Black designers, vendors and creators about their artistry and what they think the D.C. fashion scene looks like today.