LeBlanc said in an interview that the pandemic’s effects have led officials to reevaluate some of the key assumptions underlying the planning process.
The School of Medicine and Health Sciences virtually hosted its inaugural clinical public health symposium on COVID-19 Tuesday.
The vote allows schools to give an extra year of competition to spring athletes affected by the COVID-19 cancellation.
Keep up on the most recent GW and Foggy Bottom news related to COVID-19 here.
While the transition towards social distancing is difficult, companies and celebrities are finding unique ways to bridge the six foot gap.
Most summer courses will be held online and residence halls will remain closed during the summer, officials said Friday.
LeBlanc said the federal spending package passed last week will provide some financial relief to the University but added that it did not go far enough.
Officials at the GW Hospital, Medical Faculty Associates and University are partnering to build a drive-thru COVID-19 testing site on campus.
The group said 122 faculty members and an additional 174 GW community members have signed the petition within about a month.
An employee at the Whole Foods in Foggy Bottom has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, WUSA reported Wednesday.
Officials warned the GW community to avoid using Zoom in light of a vulnerability that allows hackers to send malicious links in chats.
Koren Bedeau, the former senior vice provost for academic networks at Drexel University, will help Blake identify and manage key priorities.
The number of daily COVID-19 deaths in the District is expected to peak sometime between April 12 and April 27.
For students who may be stressed about the future of the coronavirus pandemic, this week’s dish is meant to provide some comfort.
From online live shows to joint TV viewing, here are some ways you can simultaneously hang out with friends and follow social distance guidelines.
As restaurants switch over to takeout and delivery service, José Andrés is operating community kitchens out of five of his restaurants.
While I tried to clear out my childhood belongings, I found my ex’s juul. What would Marie Kondo have to say about that?
Don’t get hung up on boredom while you’re away from D.C. From Netflix shows to Bob Ross painting tutorials, here are some ways to keep yourself busy.
While GW moves to prioritize student safety, the COVID-19 death toll in D.C. hit its highest in one day.
It is more important than ever for people – especially students – to stay home and follow the advice of medical professionals.
While the University is doing as much as they can right now, it is up to us to show compassion for our peers.
Officials should have better prepared students for the potential of moving out before spring break.
Students can and should vote virtually on April 8 and 9 to ensure the right people continue to lead through the ongoing crisis.
Shutting down school was the right decision. But administrators can learn from gaps in communication throughout the pandemic.
The Athletic Department hired a head of external operations, which includes marketing and video services, and a head of student-athlete development.
Head coaches said they’re using online videoconferencing platforms to communicate and run online workouts.
Matthew Moyer spent two seasons at Syracuse and two seasons at Vanderbilt before committing to GW.
Senior runner and SAAC President Suzanne Dannheim said the athletic department has provided athletes with ways to stay connected with one another.
After a full year at the helm, Christian has led the Colonials to three more wins and boosted the team three spots in the A-10 rankings.
Senior Seraina Schottland launched a petition to reschedule Commencement for the Class of 2020.
Students said that while professors are trying their best to teach, faculty are limited in their ability to demonstrate their knowledge in a topic.
Christopher Mores, the program director for the Global Health Epidemiology and Disease Control MPH program, weighs in on the COVID-19 pandemic.
On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” student leaders discuss how they are adjusting to life during the pandemic.
On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” the Faculty Association president discusses why more than 100 faculty are calling for LeBlanc to resign.
On “Getting to the Bottom of It” Metro Editor Lia DeGroot gives an update on how administrators are handling food insecurity on campus.
After people packed their things and left GW, The Hatchet captured some sights of the National Mall and campus.
This past week, our photographers talked with students as they prepared to leave the University for the spring semester.
This week’s snapshot features flowers during Wednesday misting at the U.S. Botanical Gardens, which recognized its 200th anniversary this weekend.
Hundreds of abortion rights demonstrators rallied outside of the Supreme Court Wednesday after justices heard a case that could shift abortion laws in the United States.
Take a look at some highlights from GW’s annual Black Heritage Celebration, which wrapped up this weekend.