Students have turned to social media to share their grievances and experiences, and we hope to amplify their voices.
April 2, 2020
Stories from the April 2, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
While the transition towards social distancing is difficult, companies and celebrities are finding unique ways to bridge the six foot gap.
While GW moves to prioritize student safety, the COVID-19 death toll in D.C. hit its highest in one day.
For students who may be stressed about the future of the coronavirus pandemic, this week’s dish is meant to provide some comfort.
It is more important than ever for people – especially students – to stay home and follow the advice of medical professionals.
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.
The number of daily COVID-19 deaths in the District is expected to peak sometime between April 12 and April 27.
Capital Pride activities and related events have been delayed as officials attempt to protect the public from COVID-19.
A public health researcher co-authored a study that examined how treating livestock with antibiotics negatively impacts human health and the economy.