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GW Chronicle of the Yawp

The official student newspaper of GWUOHS

GW Chronicle of the Yawp

The official student newspaper of GWUOHS

GW Chronicle of the Yawp

Autoimmune Diseases in Humans
Autoimmune Diseases in Humans
Lauren B, journalist • April 16, 2024

The body’s immune system defends the body against diseases caused by bacteria and viruses. However, like soldiers turning against their general, the immune system can betray the body, attacking its own tissues and organs. This is called an autoimmune...

Women In Science: Deborah Washington Brown
Women In Science: Deborah Washington Brown
Nylah A, journalist • March 1, 2024

Born in 1952, Deborah Washington Brown was a changemaker. She grew up in Washington D.C. as the youngest of four siblings. Her mother was a hairdresser, and her father was a taxi driver. Her parents worked hard to give their children the opportunity to...

Book Review: Powerless by Lauren Roberts
Book Review: Powerless by Lauren Roberts
Lucia M, editorial board member • March 20, 2024
Cover credit: Rachelle Baker, Micah Fleming, Hannah V. Sawyerr
Book Review: All The Fighting Parts by Hannah V. Sawyerr
Gabriel T, journalist • March 6, 2024
Illustrated by C. E. Brock
Jane Austen and the British Class System
Audrey E, journalist • February 22, 2024
From club events to academic deadlines, the monthly newsletter is a quick destination to remember the happenings of the month.
Monthly Newsletter: April 2024 Edition
Bryson T, editorial board member • April 18, 2024

Club and Social News: Regional meetup day is on April 19. In-person meetups are in Herndon, Va. from 10 am to 1:30 pm EDT, Atlanta, Ga. from 12 pm to 2 pm, and New York City from 11 am to 1 pm. ...

English teacher Elizabeth Kamerzel’s picture of her azalea bushes depicts water droplets on her blooming flowers. These are two iconic signs of spring approaching, as water droplets indicate that a spring shower just passed, while the blooming flowers indicate nature springing back to life.
Bidding Farewell to Winter, Welcoming Spring
Lem E, journalist • March 28, 2024

The temperatures are rising, the snow is melting and the flowers are blooming. And around the globe, people prepare to celebrate a variety of festivities and holidays. This all indicates one thing, that...

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