Learn tips for managing your classes online, making GW friends from home and getting active in student life in The Hatchet’s guide to first-year orientation.
August 24, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 3
Stories from the August 24, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
With so many people feeling left out in our system and discarded, it is important to appeal to a common history and symbols.
A group of students majoring in criminal justice established an organization working to educate and connect students interested in or studying the major.
A man who was previously barred from the Mitchell Hall 7-Eleven was charged with second degree theft and unlawful entry.
On this week’s episode, podcast host Alec Rich speaks with administration editor Zach Schonfeld about the factors that contributed to GW’s move online this fall.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with GW Hatchet’s Culture Editor, Anna Boone, and Assistant Culture Editor, Diego Mendoza, to discuss the Hatchet’s orientation guide.
GWorld owners and managers said customer dropoff and current health risks have contributed to revenue fallout, staff cuts and in-person service changes.
Officials said students’ new cost of attendance will be equal to or less than their original billing estimate before fall classes went online.
The filibuster, long used to oppose D.C. statehood and climate action, needs to be eliminated in order for the United States to be a functioning democracy.
Local walkways remain untouched as 500 students prepare to move back to campus this fall despite a local governing body’s requests.