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March 2, 2020
Volume 116, Issue 25
Stories from the March 2, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Officials will transition students, faculty and staff from Google mail and calendar services to Microsoft Office 365 over three phases in 2020.
Potter, who logged 39 minutes on the court, had his lowest scoring performance when playing 20 or more minutes since Jan. 11 against Duquesne.
Softball got its season back on track this weekend, winning two of three games at the Colonial Classic powered by a trio of seniors.
Students said proposed plans to add a dining hall to the Foggy Bottom Campus would help them find a centralized place to eat and socialize.
Faculty in the Classical and Ancient Near Eastern studies program are working to add biblical Hebrew as a way for students to complete their major requirements.
Music professors and D.C.-natives said go-go has mostly remained popular in D.C. because it is best played live.
The Textile Museum and the SA’s GW Arts Committee will celebrate student artists this week in the second-ever Art Walk, which will now be held annually.
Head coach Jennifer Rizzotti said the team has focused on finding ways to incrementally improve rather than chasing wins with every game.
The deputy director of the Antibiotic Resistance Action Center developed a website to spread public awareness about the danger of drug-resistant infections.