D.C. Attorney General candidates convened at the School of Media and Public Affairs to discuss their platforms and candidacies Tuesday.
April 28, 2022
Stories from the April 28, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Clyburn, the current House majority whip and the representative from South Carolina’s 6th District, talked about his recent endeavors in politics.
Expenses from research, students, construction and alumni generated about 1.2 percent of the District’s gross regional product, according to a study.
Former museum trustee Judy Freedman and her husband Allen Freedman gifted the museum 100 equestrian textiles and a new endowment.
Cooper Handelsman will join the Colonials after serving as an assistant coach at Brown during the last three years.
GW should invest more funds to expand The Store after Whole Foods’ departure from the GWorld system sets back attempts to tackle campus food insecurity.
Professors should hold final exams virtually to eliminate antiquated testing methods and make everyone’s exam week a little easier while they’re at it.
Before returning home for the summer, surround yourself with French culture and gain a deeper perspective on the history of D.C. landmarks
Nothing compares to the south’s Creole and Cajun food, but Dauphine’s takes on classic New Orleans dishes will take your taste buds to the French Quarter.
The SA Senate unanimously passed a bill moving $12,000 to the CARES Fund, an emergency student assistance fund.