In a time of nationwide upheaval surrounding systemic racism, we are still fighting a pandemic that is stumping universities’ fall plans.
July 24, 2020
Stories from the July 24, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Head to the Kennedy Center’s pop-up wine garden, catch a drive-in movie and end the weekend at the National Zoo’s reopening.
A Hatchet analysis of 1,109 fall semester classes found that 251 classes would be able to accommodate a 50 percent reduction in capacity to ensure distancing in their current spaces.
Calico DC’s barbecue brisket sandwich ($15) comes with fresh coleslaw, sweet pickles and chips.
Even with restrictions, reopening campus means allowing thousands of students to potentially spread COVID-19 to their peers.
The new policy provides exceptions for those eating, drinking, engaging in “vigorous” exercise and those two years or younger.
School of Medicine and Health Sciences researchers found that nitric oxide has promise as a therapeutic to control the spread of COVID-19.
The D.C. Council voted Tuesday to advance plans to launch a new facility run by the majority owner of GW Hospital in Southeast D.C.
After scaling back its train and bus services in March to limit the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, Metro is set to expand its hours again in August.
Surveys say most students plan to attend classes in person this fall, but more than half of faculty members have some discomfort in returning to campus.