Host Sarah Sachs speaks with Corcoran Dance Professor Maida Withers about her long career in performance and how, at 86, she is still dancing.
October 3, 2022
Volume 119, Issue 8
Stories from the October 3, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
More than 40 students said they’ve noticed their peers attending classes and boarding the Vex unmasked while faculty and staff fail to enforce GW’s mandate.
D.C.’s relationship to the federal government has left thousands of migrants without the resources they need to survive and thrive in the nation’s capital.
One faculty member and five students have reported being struck by an unknown object, which some have reported as a rock or pellet, on the 2200 Block of I Street.
GW has abdicated its responsibility in favor of an individualistic approach that has left students to navigate a public health crisis on their own.
The next time you’re about to leave your mess unattended, remember the humanity of those who have to clean it.
Students in the Lebanese Student Association plan to raise awareness for issues happening in Lebanon and fundraise for charities this semester.
Cheh has taught law at GW for more than 40 years and said she will continue teaching at the University after retiring from the D.C. Council.
After transferring to GW during her sophomore year, senior Elizabeth Rowland has become a leader as women’s rowing only international student.
Protesters carried a casket marked “Our Futures” in line with the protest’s funeral-inspired theme to kick off a semester of climate activism.