Students said poor planning, weak communication, steep fines and lost possessions have riddled the University’s COVID-19 packing program.
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.
GWPD officers arrested a man who was stalking and chasing a female student and tried to flee after officers arrived.
Officials said they have taken steps to lower the University’s waste output and have promoted sustainable food consumption.
At least 14 of the 49 eligible athletes in their last year of play will stay on for a second shot at closure.
The ranking was the lowest any team had achieved on the men’s or women’s side in the program’s history.
Experts said GW is at risk of losing donors, recruitment opportunities and tuition dollars from student-athletes not on scholarship.
D.C. had no shortage of news this summer, from planning its pandemic response to responding to announcing intentions to divest.
Freshmen said they’re nervous about connecting with their peers and performing well in their classes.
Officials must take tangible steps to change what’s staring them in the face – the Colonials nickname and the Marvin Center.
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