Pre-law students are taking matters into their own hands after the University let its pre-law adviser go over the summer.
October 5, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 9
Stories from the October 5, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” podcast host Alec Rich speaks with Karina Ochoa Berkley and Nicole Alanko about the recent termination of the pre-law adviser position.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with Professor Michael Schmitz and Director of Choral Activities Anthony Blake Clarke about how University Band and University Singers are adapting to a virtual platform.
An anonymous female complainant reported that an unknown male subject had exposed his genitals and urinated in public.
Officials have set Nov. 18 as the new date for the virtual Faculty Assembly meeting after postponing it from this Wednesday.
The group Covid Survivors for Change lined up 20,000 empty chairs outside the White House Saturday, representing the lives lost from coronavirus.
Officials said half of all undergraduates and a third of graduate students took at least one class in the spring as Pass/No Pass or Credit/No Credit.
The governance and nominations committee received 21 graduate student applications – the most in recent memory.
Researchers in the the public health school have received more than $2 million in grants from the NIH to research the pandemic.
GW’s majority-White neighborhood has sustained one of the lowest coronavirus death rates in D.C. compared to other areas of the city that are majority Black.