A female student reported that she was the victim of online employment check fraud at the Statesman Apartments.
September 28, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 8
Stories from the September 28, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A student launched a petition this month calling for officials to reinstate the senior academic adviser for CCAS pre-law students who was recently laid off.
The job of police is to protect and serve its residents, not to attack them and commit violent acts against them in the name of maintaining civility.
The women’s basketball coach and a men’s basketball hall-of-famer discussed the connection between sports and the ongoing push for social justice.
Students very often do not have a say in the happenings of the University, but signing this pledge can change that.
Some student-athletes have returned to campus, while others have stayed home to train solo or with a club team.
D.C. is hosting a handful of events celebrating Hispanic culture during the celebratory weeks, which run from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15.
Head coach Mike Lonergan led the team to its winningest season in program history, racking up a 28-10 record.
Professors need to prioritize discussing the intersection of their class conversation and ideas of racism and sexuality.
University President Thomas LeBlanc announced a final phase of cuts to address GW’s budget gap late last week.