In reconciliation with Hoover’s shameful history, the University should denounce his irredeemable actions and revoke his law degrees.
July 10, 2020
Stories from the July 10, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Mala Tang’s name means “hot and numbing soup” in Mandarin and offers Sichuan-style hot pot dinner.
While ICE has released a seriously disruptive regulation regarding international students, the University has been quick to respond and work against the regulation.
Make the most of the city’s culture and start your week off at a photography webinar with National Geographic.
All of the University’s peer institutions will offer at least some classes through a hybrid format, which includes a mix of in-person and online instruction.
Men’s basketball head coach Jamion Christian thought of the idea for the tournament, and it is in the scheduling and planning process.
Five student organizations launched a petition pressing officials to reconsider the names of six campus buildings.
Businesses near campus have received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the federal government under the Paycheck Protection Program.
The School of Nursing and the United Medical Center will provide health screenings and COVID-19 testing to some D.C. Housing Authority residents.
No guests will be permitted in residence hall rooms, including those that live on another floor in the same building, as part of GW’s new health guidelines.