I never thought I would be turned away from Thurston Hall’s dining hall, but crowds and overall management meant I left empty handed.
October 31, 2022
Volume 119, Issue 11
Stories from the October 31, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The male subject was knocking over trash cans and screaming in the lobby of Duques Hall.
The opening of new healthcare facilities in Wards 7 and 8 will begin to chip away at decades of systemic neglect of communities east of the Anacostia River.
If progressive voters fail to fill government seats with Democrats, Republican politicians will take power and threaten human rights.
Some welcome an increase to workers’ base earnings, while others are concerned the initiative would hurt the ability of employees to gain tips from customers.
Experts in higher education said membership is difficult to acquire because of the types of grants and programs an institution has to have to be a member.
Owens, the first woman in U.S. history to manage a presidential campaign, spoke about her new memoir, “Growing Up Biden.”
Men’s soccer silenced George Mason in a 3–0 victory Saturday to close out its regular season and enter the A-10 Championship as the fifth seed.
The Medical Faculty Associates spent $14.6 million on malpractice compensation in 2022, a 114 percent increase over the past three years.
Capitol Hill Books looks like a small bookstore nestled in a tiny white brick building, but behind its mellow exterior lies an adored social media presence.