Host Sejal Govindarao analyzes the panel discussion on advocacy vs. objectivity between five Black journalists, including reporters from NPR and the Associated Press.
February 28, 2022
Volume 118, Issue 24
Stories from the February 28, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Junior Beatrice Phillips and senior Rhyma Asim talk about their fashion-based TikTok account, gwu.fitcheck, and how people can use trends to develop their own personal style.
“always meeting people / with a mean mug always / brooding out of the blue / the world calls you difficult / a black girl with attitude.”
Two professors were elected fellows of a nationally recognized science research non-profit organization.
A non-GW-affiliated male illegally entered multiple rooms at the One Washington Circle Hotel, stealing multiple personal belongings from the rooms.
The account has amassed more than 2,500 followers since Asim and Phillips first started posting in September.
Locals can purchase FlixBus tickets for as low as $20 from the new stop, which opened earlier this month at the intersection of 19th and E streets.
The West End location, Call Your Mother’s sixth establishment, opened Jan. 20 in the space previously dedicated to Mercy Me’s cafe.
The task force – composed of 12 administrators, 10 faculty and four students – will recommend how to improve diversity on campus.
GW was plagued by turnovers and foul trouble, racking up 17 giveaways and putting La Salle on the bonus in the second, third and fourth quarters.