Officials notified students last week of a data leak revealing about 5,000 GW community members’ usernames and passwords to accounts with Chegg’s services.
October 3, 2019
Stories from the October 3, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Officials will expand fertility and gender dysphoria benefits while increasing some caps on life insurance plans and healthcare-related spending accounts.
Lyft users in the District can now use the company’s app to find nearby bike lanes and map out routes, the company announced last week.
The council should require riders to only use the street and wear helmets to reduce the number of injuries caused by motorized vehicles.
Expanding freshman forgiveness to all undergraduates would help students who struggle at any point during their college career.
Officials said about 2,600 alumni worked as volunteers for GW during fiscal year 2019, about a 14.6 percent annual decrease from the year before.
At the beginning of her final season with the Colonials (7–7, 1–0 A-10), Iott notched a career-high in kills (33) against George Mason.
Players said the team is trying to maintain a high level of physicality to succeed relatively combative A-10 squads.
A new public health school program for undergraduate students will prepare them for success in their academic and professional careers, experts said.
The NIH awarded the medical school a $22 million grant last month to support a repository of HIV-associated cancer tissue.