The MSSC is adjusting how they provide services for students to continue engaging with the office while the center is closed.
September 8, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 5
Stories from the September 8, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The School of Nursing is extending a virtual discussion series on systemic racism that began this summer into the fall semester.
GW has taken cost-saving measures ranging from layoffs to a hiring freeze since March to address the University’s budget gap.
Fellow conference schools are prioritizing social distancing, face coverings and continued testing as fall sports begin practicing.
GWPD adopted a series of reforms late last month that feature a revamped training program, community involvement and body-worn cameras.
Corcoran officials implemented social distancing regulations for students with special access to the facilities to complete their projects.
Students in the Elliott School of International Affairs have formed two student organizations to enhance and promote African studies.
Students said they would not have succeeded or been satisfied with their college experience had they taken classes remotely.
A SEAS professor will study how to enhance nitrogen removal processes in waste water, necessary to remove harmful algae growth.
TwentyTables and several popular food trucks reopened in Foggy Bottom late last month despite an unprecedented shortage of students on campus.