After a 2-6 non-conference schedule, lacrosse will look to make some noise in Atlantic 10 play in head coach Jennifer Ulehla’s first ‘normal’ season.
March 24, 2022
Stories from the March 24, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Venture down to the National Mall to scope out the cherry blossoms for some artsy events during your first weekend after break.
For a reprieve from the stoic, corporate atmosphere of downtown, take a nostalgic trip to Bub and Pop’s for a classic sandwich.
Senators approved $2,000 from its ad hoc fund to the Law School Band and $1,500 to the Muslim Law Students Association.
Here’s a rundown of each of the films nominated for Best Picture to help you decide which ones to squeeze in before the potent ceremony.
Potbelly’s closure, which was announced with a hand-written sign taped to the restaurant’s door, comes weeks after Teashi closed in the building’s basement.
While we all have a right to speak and ought to exercise it, self-censoring makes you a mature adult – not a victim of your peers’ tyranny.
To alleviate the concerns of many students, GW should allow the Class of 2025 to opt-into the legacy base plan.
The referendum asks students whether to amend the SA Constitution in line with new finance bylaws at an emergency senate meeting Monday.
About a dozen attendees filed into the event at the Elliott School of International Affairs Tuesday, where Gen. Richard Myers talked character and leadership.