El Sol Restaurante & Tequileria’s tinga taco came topped with shredded lettuce, crema, a sprinkle of cheese and a slice of lime.
October 15, 2020
Stories from the October 15, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Shear will be responsible for tasks like team travel, scheduling and coordinating food and alumni relations.
Participate in a second Women’s March rally in anticipation of the election or stroll around NoMa to check out murals from artists around the world.
Officials have a social responsibility to rethink GW’s closure and allow the Class of 2024 to come to campus this spring.
The decision to use a term other than “censure” weakened the message sent by senators to LeBlanc and sent an unfortunate message to the GW community.
LeBlanc joined three other university presidents who shared their views on the future of higher education after the pandemic.
After passing an anti-racism resolution this summer, GW Law officials said they have taken steps to address racial justice issues in the school.
A newly constructed protected bike lane and an additional Capital Bikeshare station will be added to the G Street corridor in Foggy Bottom.
Kendrie Roberts-Monticue, a senior from Reston, Virginia, is accused of attempting to rape two women last week.
A University spokesperson said Provost Brian Blake is encouraging faculty to be “flexible” on Election Day to allow students to vote.