The Latino Student Fund is continuing to serve their students through distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
April 20, 2020
Volume 116, Issue 28
Stories from the April 20, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
We need to recognize and support the essential workers that are risking their lives to provide services that we use every day.
Although you can’t be with your friends to celebrate 4/20, students shared their best memories of the unofficial holiday to help jog your memory.
While you navigate your life off campus, there are small things you can do to help you feel on track.
When a professor from my school goes on national television to support heinous men and their policies, I feel embarrassed.
SA leaders must spend more time detailing how the split could happen and how it would impact student organization funding.
GW more evenly distributed its funds between men’s and women’s programs compared to its 14 conference peers.
Here’s a few throwback games that students are playing while in quarantine to keep themselves occupied and connected with friends.
College of Professional Studies officials are partnering with a virtual education company to prepare students to work in the financial sector.
SA President SJ Matthews and Executive Vice President Amy Martin said they focused on improving campus accessibility as the body’s leaders.