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Two law experts shared advice with students about the intersection between politics and immigration law at a webinar Tuesday. [Read More]
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The co-creator of #BlackLivesMatter spoke about how young people can create and participate in movements for social and political change Tuesday. [Read More]
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Commissioners said the School Without Walls principal should not be reprimanded for opposing the city's school reopening plan. [Read More]
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The D.C. Council passed a bill Tuesday featuring a package of regulations for scooter usage and electric vehicle management across the District. [Read More]
The Associated Collegiate Press named The Hatchet one of the best online college newspapers in the country Thursday. [Read More]
The ASPP Committee and the senate owe a "severe" apology to Swain for wrongly affirming her demonization in the GW media and to LeBlanc for... [Read More]
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The dish is a refreshing, chilled meal consisting of rice noodles, pickled carrots and peppers, cilantro, mint and juicy shrimp in a hoisin sauce. [Read More]
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Take a break from the chaos and check out a new farmer's market, participate in some online yoga or attend a virtual art lecture. [Read More]
My interactions with "Karens" while working retail have been quite the circus because it appears that common sense and humanity is nonexistent inside the store. [Read More]
Administrators plan to begin publicizing some of the enrollment census data later this week, which is used for official statistics. [Read More]
The game will mark the beginning of the entire 2020-21 college basketball season and will be broadcasted on CBS Sports. [Read More]
A hearing scheduled later this month will allow representatives from an ongoing court case to present oral arguments to Student Court judges. [Read More]
SBA senators vote in favor to host two, nonconsecutive town halls with law school officials about the school's "inadequate" response to COVID-19 protocols. [Read More]
Senators passed the resolution without opposition and with four abstentions, urging officials to eliminate the use of single-use plastics. [Read More]
In light of the spring's virtual semester, the University will suspend all study abroad programs for the remainder of the academic year. [Read More]
Housing will not be offered on a first-come, first-served basis, and officials will conduct a lottery if more than 1,500 students apply, officials said. [Read More]
Representatives from D.C. government agencies discussed how their organizations are adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic Thursday. [Read More]
Officials said they are "aware" that Scully was suspended and "will discuss his affiliation with SMPA in the coming days." [Read More]
Thousands of people gathered in downtown Washington Saturday to protest President Donald Trump and his Supreme Court nomination Judge Amy Coney Barrett. [Read More]
On this week's episode of "What's New Buff and Blue," podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with Sean Joyce, the founder of Underground Comedy in D.C.,... [Read More]
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