Financial aid officials hosted two town halls last week to clear up concerns for students and families regarding financial aid packages.
August 31, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 4
Stories from the August 31, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Officials granted on-campus access this fall to 500 students seeking space to work and study away from unfavorable conditions at home.
Elected SA leaders said moving forward this fall, they will push officials to ease students’ transition to online classes.
Closures, adjusted operating hours and new health guidelines have reshaped transportation options near campus.
The event staff layoffs, which affected about 60 employees, will now be consolidated into roughly nine positions, four employees told The Hatchet.
Amtrak is enlisting the assistance of the Milken Institute School of Public Health to advise the agency on how to best handle the ongoing pandemic.
Faculty said they have experienced systemic racism throughout their careers through several types of biases, like in research funding and hiring practices.
More than 10 student organization leaders said they were relying “heavily” on social media to recruit new members, especially from the Class of 2024.
The University’s pod model for research will facilitate collaboration and teamwork between GW’s researchers, experts said.
Officials said freshmen living and learning communities will continue their programming virtually this fall through virtual bonding events.