Researchers working at GW’s COVID-19 vaccine site have surpassed their goal for including minority participants in the test population.
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.
Leaders of the newly established SA LGBTQ+ caucus said they will create spaces to listen to concerns of the LGBTQ community.
A Student Association graduate student caucus will help increase student representation and connect graduate organizations with officials, caucus members said.
The group will spend the semester holding administrators in the program accountable and building a community for students in the UHP.
Faculty launched a Bachelor of Science in environmental and sustainability science this fall to meet growing interest from students.
Officials released an upgraded campus safety app last month, featuring a personal profile, a call directory and a new “Safety Timer.”
Officials said the career center will continue to offer its traditional coaching services, including career exploration coaching and industry-specific coaching.
Unionized nursing homes have logged fewer COVID-19 infections and deaths than non-unionized homes, a GW study from earlier this month shows.
Students said Metro’s struggle to stay afloat during the pandemic could disfigure their regular travel routines in months ahead.
Students taking classes on the West Coast said they began their semester facing “extreme” heat waves and knowledge of at least one wildfire near them.