Arlo Parks left the crowd at 9:30 Club enthralled by her ability to capture the pure emotions felt by so many in her thoughtful songwriting.
September 15, 2022
Stories from the September 15, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Responses to the queen’s death have offered insight into all sides of Her Majesty’s complicated legacy and the past of the monarchy itself.
D.C. should abolish tipped wages altogether because the unpredictability of relying on tips is disruptive to a sustainable lifestyle.
Despite the chaotic nature of what was supposed to be an ordinary Saturday matinee, the “Funny Girl” cast miraculously blended together seamlessly.
The last thing I expected at GW was to become the butt of jokes about the sad reality of southern poverty.
The SA Senate unanimously passed a resolution allocating more than $29,000 for the executive branch’s budget.
The SBA Senate unanimously appointed two law students to their Student Supreme Court and approved a new technology law organization at their meeting Tuesday.
Following a swift departure from the newly-hired director of recruiting for men’s basketball, Head Coach Chris Caputo filled his place Tuesday.
In three games, the Colonials topped Cal Lutheran 12–8, beat St. Francis Brookly after a 14–13 shootout and dominated Iona by a score of 15–9.
MPD spokesperson Makhetha Watson identified the student as 21-year-old Sarah Levitt, who also went by Sami, according to GW’s directory.