Hosts Sejal Govindarao and Eddie Herzig speak with freshmen about their take on the newly renovated Thurston Hall and dive into a brief history of the building.
August 29, 2022
Volume 119, Issue 4
Stories from the August 29, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Host Sarah Sachs speaks with the president of GW’s Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention about the mental health struggles that college students face.
Some of your most fundamental rights are in the hands of your state government. It’s time to make a plan to vote.
To make sure the POP! thrift store is as sustainable as the clothes it sells, we need GW to provide us with space and staff.
An author and professor of psychology at Stanford University spoke about the science of racial bias and its consequences at an event at the School of Media and Public Affairs Friday.
Short on credits, dropping a class or searching through the registrar for the perfect addition to your fall schedule? This list has got you covered.
The wistful Bad Bunny cast a sense of homesickness across the audience as his songs reminded me of my younger years in Puerto Rico.
The bike lane lacks functioning traffic signals, which would help protect pedestrians from oncoming bikers who have used the path since December.
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Here are some stylish ways to create that dream room you’ve always imagined without breaking the bank.