Ernest Hayden was charged with the murder of his wife hours after he jumped in front of a train at the Foggy Bottom Metro station Sunday.
September 1, 2022
Stories from the September 1, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The Student Bar Association unanimously voted to disburse more than $80,000 in annual funding to 44 law school student organizations at their meeting Tuesday.
The SA Senate unanimously approved its operating budget for the academic year in their meeting Monday.
GW rose 10 spaces to No. 61 in Forbes’ annual “America’s Top Colleges” rankings list, which the magazine published Tuesday.
If straying away from your go-to order at Tatte intimidates you, we’ve got you covered. We tried and ranked Tatte’s best dishes so you don’t have to.
Soak up the feeling of summer with outdoor happenings like a guided walking tour, some jazz performances or a rare sighting of exotic birds.
George Rodriguez, who coached Fresno Pacific’s men’s and women’s tennis teams for two seasons, took the helm of GW’s coaching staff last month.
Kris Richards, who coached for the New Zealand national team for more than five years, brings experience from the baseball diamond to the softball squad.
Here’s to a second dose that goes better than the first.
U-Pass is a great way to get students interested in taking public transportation, but it’s up to Metro to keep them coming back.