Officials also declined to say how how the pandemic has affected the number of parent donations last fiscal year.
November 2, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 12
Stories from the November 2, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
More than half of the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission’s eight seats remain up for grabs during the election.
Read The Hatchet’s 2020 Election Guide for coverage on candidates in local races and student involvement in national elections.
Students launched a petition earlier this month pressing the University to implement an Asian American studies minor. The Hatchet talked with Student Association Sen. Gabriel Young, CCAS-U, and Frederick Flores, the vice president of the Philippine Cultural Society, about their push to launch the program.
Students said they wanted to get active in the upcoming election to find their footing in politics and help sway a particularly high-stakes race.
Podcast host Alec Rich speaks with GW College Republicans Chair Josh Kutner and GW College Democrats President Louie Khan about the presidential election.
Officials said the dean’s office is considering an Asian American studies minor in light of ongoing calls to implement the program.
Wahlbeck said though the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted his goals, he is still working to strengthen CCAS’ educational offerings.
Republican voters at GW said they’re divided as students struggle to decide whether to support President Donald Trump in the election.
STEM faculty said virtual labs are not replacements for developing necessary skills for future careers like finding solutions when an experiment fails.