The executive director at the National Basketball Player’s Association discussed her experiences as a woman of color in a male-dominated business.
April 4, 2022
Volume 118, Issue 27
Stories from the April 4, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Patrick George, the captain of the men’s rowing team, sued GW Friday, demanding it reinstate the men’s rowing team’s varsity status.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Ethan Valliath speaks with the chief lead from Arepa Zone.
GW Police Department officers detained a subject after witnessing a theft at 7-Eleven but released them after a bystander paid for the goods.
As well-deserved and understandable as this talk of returning to “normal” is, there’s a certain callousness to it.
ExPat, a two-floored restaurant and bar, will also feature a podcast studio, arcade, karaoke stage and shuffleboard when it opens later this spring.
The women’s consortium has official chapters at GW and Georgetown universities and hosted events with Howard University during the past year.
Students would be well-served by being able to know how they’re doing in a particular class before the end of the semester rolls around.
Residents will receive a $250 housing credit because of issues like water outages and security concerns, according to an email from officials Thursday.
The Japanese restaurant currently located in the basement of District House was previously set to leave campus as part of GW’s dining overhaul.