Students who tested positive for the virus said they struggled to pay attention while they experienced headaches and fatigue.
October 19, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 10
Stories from the October 19, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The medical school is partnering with community organizations to provide free flu vaccines to medically underserved areas of the District.
The Peace Corps is teaming up with the School of Nursing this semester to provide a fellowship for returned Peace Corps volunteers.
Officials are using a form to monitor how students living on campus travel outside the D.C.-area during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Medical experts recommended continuing to wear masks indoors and avoiding eating in restaurants as the pandemic drags on.
Students in Foggy Bottom will soon receive direct bus service to New York City just a block away from campus.
After planning for three years, students are preparing to establish a credit union that will help students and alumni manage their money.
Five new SA identity groups will spend the academic year advocating for historically underrepresented campus communities.
Restaurant owners said they are purchasing items like heat lamps and blankets to continue providing outdoor dining.
You can find a gamut of ideas, like new snacks, pranks and photoshoots, on TikTok to try out with your friends and family.