An MPD spokesperson said the crash took place on the 2100 block of Virginia Avenue, located near the CVS by the southern end of campus.
August 5, 2022
Stories from the August 5, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The firefighters accuse FEMS of being “a hostile work environment for Black women firefighters” by limiting pay increases and promotion opportunities.
In Bocca al Lupo has brought about my new found love for Roman-style pizza, making this new spot the vital stop for a quick summer bite.
While GW’s commitment to the 120 Initiative is admirable, it’ll take decisive action, not more research, to end gun violence in D.C. and across the country.
For every step forward University and city leaders take in this week’s headlines, there seems to be at least one step back.
As summer draws to a close, check these items off your summer bucket list before falling victim to the stress of school-year preparation.
The D.C. council’s transportation committee approved legislation to improve biker safety that will be on the city council’s agenda next month.
Two US Senators debated the economy, gun safety, the border and individual liberty at the Jack Morton Auditorium Monday.
Rep. Jackie Walorski, R-Ind., was killed in a head-on crash that also killed Emma Thomson, an SMPA alumna, Zachery Potts and the driver of the other car.
GW will not move students who contract COVID-19 or whose roommates contract COVID-19 to a separate isolation space this upcoming academic year.