Sophomore Kate Carpenter, the current chair of the student life committee and an SA senator, is running for vice president.
For the fourth installment of The Hatchet’s Spring Spotlight Series, we talked with GW African Development Initiative co-founder Ayooluwa Akintayo, who was nominated for founding the organization.
Chinatown’s population boomed to more than 1,500 residents of Chinese heritage between 1930 and 1950, but that number dropped to just more than 300 residents this year. The area has a long history – by the late 1800s, the Chinese population began to grow in the District. But it wasn’t until Federal Triangle was developed in the […]
We talked with the president of First Gen United, Skye Blanks. Blanks was nominated for his work connecting first generation students during remote instruction.
For the second installment of The Hatchet’s Spring Spotlight, we talked with GW Pitches’ music directors Juliette Ghaffari and Cyrena Kokolis.
Student Association Sen. Charlene Richards, U-at-Large was nominated for her push to increase first-year representation in the SA Senate.
Spectators surrounding the U.S. Capitol Wednesday discussed the significance of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ inauguration.
Military personnel and fenced off roads are spread out across the city in an effort to begin preparing for Inauguration Day.
Five D.C. restaurant owners discussed the social and financial burden the COVID-19 pandemic has placed on their businesses and staffs.
The Hatchet sat down with Hatchet alumni Zach Montellaro from Politico and Deepa Shivaram from NBC News to discuss their work covering the 2020 presidential election.