DC Jazz Festival was packed with dozens of soulful performances aimed to expose the D.C.-influenced musical genre to locals and tourists alike.
September 5, 2022
Stories from the September 5, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The increase will bring the total number of operating 7000-series trains to 20, a dozen more than what Metro is currently allowed to run.
Pay for tipped workers will gradually increase starting in January 2023 and will eventually match the $16.10 minimum wage by July 1, 2027.
SMHS will lead an education initiative for primary care practitioners to improve communication about HIV and COVID-19 between minority patients.
For you and for ourselves, Volume 119’s editorial board looks forward to making sense of the news and advocating for change.
Men’s soccer is off to its best start in 17 seasons this fall with an unrelenting offensive front that has peppered the net with goals in its first three games.
The new and improved Thurston Hall symbolizes a change in GW campus culture and the impending end of my time as a student here.
Looking down upon the National Mall or across the Potomac River into Arlington, here are a few rooftop bars to check out for the ultimate sunset view.
Faculty Senators will hear from officials who received new positions in the University’s administration and the Office of the Provost this past summer.
SA President Christian Zidouemba motioned for the court to officially certify him as president and declare that Scales is no longer chief of staff.