The statement comes a week after the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, which ended federal protection for abortions.
July 1, 2022
Stories from the July 1, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet.
D.C. residents over the age of 21 will be able to “self-certify” their need for medical marijuana without first receiving a doctor’s recommendation.
Student Association Senators passed legislation to expand the executive cabinet and filled senate and executive cabinet vacancies at their meeting Monday.
For the child victims of gun violence across the nation, we must dare to dream of a better world that includes stricter, effective gun control measures.
I wanted to explain the opinions section to our readers – how it works, what we publish, where such content fits within The Hatchet and why we want your help.
This past week, we saw one of the most disheartening headlines in recent history.
Enjoy classic patriotism, music and history on full display leading up to the Fourth of July this weekend in perfect fashion at the nation’s capital.
The minimum wage for D.C. workers will increase from $15.20 per hour to $16.10 per hour for non-tipped employees.
The athletic department is partnering with Bullpen Strategies, a firm that helps organizations increase profit through new strategies and practices.
Since opening in May, the Thai eatery has already made its mark, claiming ownership of the best Thai food in D.C.