Officials recorded 40 students committing academic integrity violations last academic year, triple the amount from the previous year.
October 26, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 11
Stories from the October 26, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A public health professor authored a report last week criticizing the federal government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
GW tests its on-campus student population more frequently and returns results more quickly than most other D.C. universities, a Hatchet analysis found.
Officials have met the Department of Education’s standards for website accessibility after a federal complaint was filed three years ago.
Try out some of these autumn-inspired treats, savory dishes, coffee drinks and Halloween cocktails to celebrate fall.
From eery romantic films to childhood haunts, here’s a rundown of all the Halloween classics you should watch.
The two coaches said some of their athletes are training off campus, bringing on an added challenge of maintaining communication.
An outside consulting group hired before the pandemic recommended the move in February, according to documents obtained by The Hatchet.
As more than 120 students have been warned for distancing violations, local residents are concerned the local community faces a greater risk of infection.
Alumni and the Faculty Association president discussed the history of former GW president Cloyd Heck Marvin and the current push to rename the Marvin Center.