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.
March 9, 2020
Volume 116, Issue 26
Stories from the March 9, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
This week’s snapshot features flowers during Wednesday misting at the U.S. Botanical Gardens, which recognized its 200th anniversary this weekend.
A GW Hospital patient was refused testing for COVID-19 after she spent time in South Korea late last month and developed respiratory symptoms.
LeBlanc is and has been moving the University in the wrong direction, and his insensitive comment was the last straw.
Officials are right to want to align the University with its peers, but they should consider that some students will be negatively impacted by the proposed policy.
The 11 upperclassmen have handled the bulk of the playing time this year, leaning on postseason experience to lead the team.
GW will face No. 14 seed Fordham, which is ranked second to last in the conference. The Rams’ two wins came against the Colonials.
A male staff member reported that a male student banged on his door and called him derogatory names.
A GW dance professor and three students will bring a new show to stage about artist John Singer Sargent this April at the National Portrait Gallery.
GW should encourage professors to avoid gendered language and create a more inclusive campus store for people of all gender identities.