On this episode of Getting to the Bottom of It, Hosts Sejal Govindarao and Max Porter dive into city leaders’ agenda to combat crime and gun violence in D.C. Ward 2 D.C. Council member Brooke Pinto joins the show to discuss her work to reform the District’s criminal code. This podcast was hosted by Sejal […]
January 17, 2023
Volume 119, Issue 16
Stories from the January 17, 2023 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
New and returning sorority members celebrated Bid Day on the National Mall as they finished the first fully in-person formal recruitment since 2020.
On this week’s episode of What’s New Buff and Blue, Host Sarah Sachs speaks with GWFIT leaders about sticking to your new year’s resolutions in the gym.
There is no ethical way to create social media content theorizing and sleuthing this early into a developing case, especially one concerning homicide.
In 2022, I was one of the only 779 Black men in GW’s total student population of 25,939, just 3 percent of the student body.
As the University’s next president embarks on an official transition process, allow us to impart our own advice as well.
Staff reported vandalism in Gelman Library last week, including expletives condemning a GW fraternity and another stating “F Israel.”
The Patriots were met with little resistance from GW, connecting on more than 50 percent of shots from the floor
The Colonials held their lowest 3-point shooting percentage in 19 games, only hitting four of their 25 shots from beyond the arc.
Here are some ways you can sustainably embrace this year’s resurging trends while still sporting the tried and true items that make up your personal style.
Off the court, Bishop is described as a “laid-back guy with a sense of humor” by Caputo, who said he’s a fun player to coach due to his relaxed attitude.