More than 20 student organizations were found to have violated GW’s gender, race and religion nondiscrimination policy, according to an email.
October 8, 2020
Stories from the October 8, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Pass the censure resolution this Friday to help GW start to repair and restore our vibrant, diverse and creative community.
Start off the weekend by taking part in a scavenger hunt, then attend a virtual comedy show and round Sunday out with a hike just outside the District.
The dish begins with a thick slice of homemade rum cake that is split open and then loaded with a huge scoop of the vanilla bean frozen custard.
Allow people to call out racism when they see it – that brings us one step closer to curbing systemic racism.
The SA reposted an infographic from the GW Armenian Students Association that indicated support for Armenia, which is embroiled in an ongoing dispute with Azerbaijan.
The American Civil Liberties Union of D.C. conducted an investigation into the University’s Title IX disciplinary measures, DCist reported late last month.
The SBA Senate passed a resolution opposing the “rushed” appointment process of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
Administrators will also offer a payment plan to accommodate students with unpaid balances below $20,000.
The GW Hospital has recovered from a cyberattack that forced many of its operations offline for more than a week, The Washington Post reported.