The Office of Advocacy and Support is a crucial resource for students in such uncertain times.
July 31, 2020
Stories from the July 31, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Closing campus was the right thing to protect students’ health, but GW’s plan still has room for improvement.
Our streets host two pandemics – one, pedestrian injury, and the other, a deadly virus that endangers those forced to walk too close to one another.
Walk through the National Arboretum, take a yoga class while sipping a mimosa and tour D.C.’s historic Hillwood Museum and Gardens.
The dish came expertly packed with the four tortillas and salsas on the side to prevent sogginess during the delivery process.
The D.C. Board of Elections will open at least 80 in-person polling locations for this November’s general election, the DCist reported.
The SA deliberated the body’s plans to address COVID-19 and passed legislation pressing for more student aid as GW prepares for an online semester.
As CARES Act funding expires, Metro officials are bracing for the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic to drive the agency into a deeper “financial crisis.”
In a reversal of the University’s previous changes to the fall academic calendar, students will now attend classes as originally planned.
Officials said Wednesday they are adjusting a key metric used to determine when the spread of COVID-19 is under control.