One of the best ways I’ve learned to stay motivated is through setting a routine and sticking to it.
May 11, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 1
Stories from the May 11, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Hatchet’s editorial board serves as a voice for the paper’s editorial staff, aiming to foster a dialogue about the issues facing the University.
The victim reported that one of the males subjected the student to acts of fondling in Duques Hall, and both men sent him harassing text messages.
Seniors said that despite changes to their graduation plans, they are still celebrating the end of their four years and using the time before their careers begin to look back at their time on campus.
If classes are moved online in the fall, officials should explore ways to cut tuition costs so students pay a fair rate for their education.
Students should show GW some appreciation for all it’s done for them, instead of looking for reasons to fight the University.
In the Black Senators Caucus’ first year, members said they have worked to ensure black students are represented in SA decisions.
The resolution expands the freshman forgiveness policy to allow all undergraduate students to retake up to three courses.
Mary Tschirhart said she has emphasized her commitment to preparing students for ongoing challenges they will encounter as public servants.
Students and faculty are manufacturing medical equipment for D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services to protect frontline workers battling COVID-19.