Experts said multiple racist incidents can increase stress for students of color who are supposed to attend GW to study and graduate.
September 21, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 7
Stories from the September 21, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Officials said they are working to create new FWS jobs, but students said they haven’t heard back from listed positions.
Provost Brian Blake said he will “re-review the situation” in December once officials understand GW’s enrollment for the spring semester.
Employment law experts said publicly sharing details about controversial hirings could potentially lead to a defamation suit against GW.
Researchers are working with the Public Echoes of Rhetoric in America Project to track Twitter conversations related to the November general election.
Potential applicants can participate in more than 50 student experience panels and a day-long event on GW life.
Officials said they integrated diversity and inclusion into the hiring process for faculty as part of their diversity action plan.
Officials announced plans earlier this month to start constructing a network of protected bike lanes on campus on 20th, 21st and G streets.
Students said the unexpected twist allowed them to get creative with parties, hosting small get-togethers and setting up makeshift bars.
With classrooms and study halls out of sight, students are packing up their laptops and studying on the road.