Krish O’Mara Vignarajah, the president of a refugee advocacy organization, spoke about issues America’s refugee resettlement program.
April 21, 2022
Stories from the April 21, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet.
At The Hatchet, even the most pedestrian topics can lead to some interesting stories. To see it, you just have to make sense of the chaos.
One of the first things I was told when I joined The Hatchet was that you will get out of it as much as you put into it.
Students should interact with one another more in classes, residence halls and student organization meetings to unite our campus.
International students who enrolled at U.S. universities before March 9, 2020 can take online courses and remain in compliance with their visa requirements.
Congressional oversight of the District’s pot policies has done more harm than good, and it’s time for D.C. to control this budding industry as it sees fit.
With cherry blossom-themed decorations, exquisite cocktails and sweet and savory bites, Residents Café and Bar is the ultimate spring brunch spot.
The Colonials (22-12) split a doubleheader Saturday to open the series before sealing the series victory with a 5–1 win Tuesday.
Take a walk through D.C. while learning about sustainable practices and do-it-yourself crafts at this environmentally friendly arts event.
A Milken study found some beef products labeled as “Raised Without Antibiotics” may contain cattle that have been administered antibiotics.