Jack Evans had been under investigation since 2019 for alleged ethics violations during his tenure on the D.C. Council.
April 14, 2022
Stories from the April 14, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Sip down some aromatic and creamy stew at Bukom Cafe, a long-established restaurant serving traditional West African cuisine.
Fans can expect new dining options, a nostalgia-inducing club and an extensive sports bar at Nationals Park this baseball season.
Students gathered in University Yard to sample cultural foods native to 10 partnered organizations two years after the event was postponed due to the pandemic.
Second-year students Nicole Karem and Garret May were sworn in as SBA president and executive vice president.
The Hatchet began as a way for me to find community and helped me find creative fulfillment in leading the opinions section.
I want to reflect on my time at GW, and on The Hatchet, through a few simple quotes that embody my time here.
The Student Court will release its decision on Fitzgerald v. Xu before May 1.
Every member of this community has to work tirelessly to see that the mask mandate is adhered to through the semester’s final stretch.
Officials named alumnus and former Student Association Executive Vice President Josh Lasky the new director of the Office of Sustainability Tuesday.