Students can currently explore the inside of buildings like Gelman Library, Thurston Hall and University Yard.
September 14, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 6
Stories from the September 14, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The School of Business is revamping its accountancy capstone program for next semester to allow students to engage in partnerships with U.S.-based companies.
Researchers from the public health school received a nearly $2 million grant to find methods to combat maternal malnutrition.
The Puerto Rico Student Association will host events like Zoom bonding parties and virtual discussions on the island for students looking to find a community.
The SA Asian Pacific-Islander Desi Student Caucus will spend its first year advocating for greater representation and curricula diversity.
Professor Steve Roberts wanted to “emulate” his late wife’s values and generosity through his contribution to the Cokie Roberts Tuition Relief Fund.
The event will be held between Thursday, Oct. 1 and Saturday, Oct. 3, and will include a comedy show and an auction of Thurston Hall room plates.
Administrators are investigating three housing scenarios for the spring: 500 students with extenuating circumstances, 2,500 students in single-occupancy rooms and 6,500 undergraduates under normal conditions.
Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Association chapter leaders are moving fundraising and recruitment efforts online this fall.
Professors said they are incorporating a course on policing and panels on how sociologists study racism into their fall curricula.