More than 40 student organizations have penned statements denouncing police brutality in support of protests occurring nationwide.
June 5, 2020
Stories from the June 5, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Officials plan to hold classes on Labor Day and during Fall Break to reduce student travel and maximize in-person instruction time.
D.C. lowered its speed limit as city officials plan to share street space with restaurants and pedestrians to facilitate social distancing.
SMHS and MFA leaders pledged to address racism and inequity in GW’s medical community in a statement Sunday.
Students Association leaders vowed to hold discussions surrounding recent events of police brutality and racism.
Mayor Muriel Bowser ordered a new citywide curfew Monday as the city tries to double down on violence during police brutality protests.
Two students are suing the Board of Trustees to refund tuition payments following the University’s switch to online classes.
Councilmember Jack Evans has disgraced the city he pledged to serve – and D.C. voters should soundly reject his candidacy in Tuesday’s primary.
The Black Men’s Initiative released a letter urging five student groups and LeBlanc to details ways they will support the black community.
The Office for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement will host events for the GW community in the wake of recent instances of police brutality.