Senators confirmed five of the six candidates proposed for Zidouemba’s cabinet.
June 10, 2022
Stories from the June 10, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Tapscott was responsible for influencing policies that impact underrepresented students and leading efforts to improve diversity and inclusion at GW.
WayMap will deliver auditory instructions to passengers and will launch in at least 30 Metro train stations and 1,000 bus stops by September.
From administrative changes to an uptick in COVID-19 cases and a lawsuit against GW’s athletics department, here’s the best and worst of this week’s headlines.
Celebrate and honor the history of Pride month with these entertaining, festive activities in the District this weekend.
Stellina Pizzeria’s hybrid fast-casual sit-down vibe along with its colorful decor sets it apart as the ideal place to enjoy Italian food with a modern twist.
In uncertain times, the challenges the Class of 2022 have faced have provided them with the insight and opportunities to be a force for good.
As Congress attempts to address recent mass shootings, our representatives must hear the voices of victims of other forms of gun violence.
Depositions and documents show a pattern of racist behaviors among the tennis team, which a former tennis player claims officials did little to prevent.
If the legislation is approved by Mayor Muriel Bowser, D.C. employers would be barred from either firing employees because of their cannabis use.