Student organization leaders will use platforms like Zoom and FaceTime to maintain relationships among members and hold executive board meetings.
March 30, 2020
Stories from the March 30, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A man unaffiliated with GW carjacked a vehicle and crashed into a tree while the vehicle’s owner was in the passenger’s seat.
Head coaches said they’re using online videoconferencing platforms to communicate and run online workouts.
While the University is doing as much as they can right now, it is up to us to show compassion for our peers.
Mental health professionals said students should try to maintain as much of their daily routine as they “safely” can to curb loneliness.
Colleges and universities are eligible to receive relief based on their nationwide share of Pell Grant and non-Pell Grant recipients.
Officials should have better prepared students for the potential of moving out before spring break.
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.
On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” student leaders discuss how they are adjusting to life during the pandemic.