The Student Association organized a food drive to help stock The Store during the pandemic. About 200 students are living in residence halls and can use items available at The Store.
April 13, 2020
Volume 116, Issue 27
Stories from the April 13, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Faculty and students in a College of Professional Studies program are creating an academic journal focused on ethical issues in the publishing field.
A center in the business school released a webpage outlining how people can effectively manage their finances during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Assistant athletic trainers Chris Duncan and Kierra Croons have begun assisting medical staff at the GW Hospital.
Two students and a professor are offering free, virtual workout classes to stay in touch with peers and friends.
All of GW’s 12 peer schools moved classes online for the rest of the spring semester, and eight announced they will not hold in-person summer courses.
The SA president and executive vice president-elects said they will meet virtually with outgoing leaders.
From hair dye to clothing alterations, here are some crafts found on TikTok and other social media accounts that will help you stay busy.
The duo said returning to their alma mater gave them a greater understanding of the program and provided them with a network of former athletes.
Students need to pay greater attention to the dangers of Trump’s actions and inactions to mitigate the harm of the pandemic.