On this week’s episode, Host Sarah Sachs takes us through some of the events from commencement weekend.
May 16, 2022
Volume 119, Issue 2
Stories from the May 16, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Metro general manager and CEO Paul Wiedefeld announced his retirement Monday after the Metro announced delays due to a failure to recertify train operators.
GW should get rid of card readers to improve the upkeep of laundry machines and give students the ability to do laundry for free.
With GW’s support, its students can confidently navigate the pros and cons of taking out student loans.
The male staff member reported that his vehicle was damaged in a hit-and-run accident while parked in the G Street Garage.
With freshmen arriving this fall while drug abuse and addiction persist, now is the time for GW to improve its prevention programs and recovery resources.
Van Hollen said he was admitted to GW Hospital after experiencing “lightheadedness and acute neck pain” at an event in Maryland.
Alyssa Ayres, the dean of the Elliott School, said she was “inspired” by the Class of 2022’s resilience as they endured the COVID-19 pandemic.
Faculty of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences led the graduation celebration for the Class of 2022 Saturday afternoon.
Some students have worked in the recording studio in West Hall to create their music, where they have found a community of collaborators.