Host Sarah Sachs speaks with student YouTubers Edyth Koenigs, Jason Krastein and Nicky Beruashvili about how their channels display the GW experience.
September 26, 2022
Volume 119, Issue 7
Stories from the September 26, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Women’s volleyball lost its three game winning streak after failing to keep a steady offense against Loyola Chicago this weekend.
If officials want GW in the spotlight, they’ll have to get back to basics and improve students’ academic experience first.
South African political commentators and journalists spoke about topics like the state of democracy and the energy crisis in South Africa.
The pandemic isn’t over for everyone, so GW should help immunocompromised students gauge our risk and assess our safety.
Officials said 3,171 of undergraduate students received federal loans in the 2020-21 academic year, a percentage roughly 30 percent below national trends.
Officials are continuing to track case numbers on GW’s dashboard as part of ongoing monitoring efforts that align with all 12 peer schools.
Officials said 14 Ukrainian scholars will research issues in international affairs, like the ongoing war in Ukraine.
Michael Tapscott is retiring after 19 years of service as GW’s director of the Multicultural Students Services Center.
With autumn just arriving, check out these fall festivals if you’re looking to scavenge a pumpkin patch or taste some local craft brews.