The advisory requires visitors to get tested within 72 hours of traveling and to avoid travel if in contact with an individual who has tested positive.
November 5, 2020
Stories from the November 5, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The Resident Adviser and Student Access Monitor programs will remain suspended for the spring semester, officials said.
Not knowing what you want to do with your major or career is OK – even if everyone at GW thinks otherwise.
Students need to prioritize common decency before choosing to scapegoat people for who they voted for this week.
It is not our place to vilify people who want to return to campus, especially when the risks of reopening could potentially be managed.
Take your mind off of the election this weekend by visiting a new art exhibit, meditating or learning about cannabis.
A victory would position the short-term incumbent for her first full four-year term representing Ward 2 on the D.C. Council.
Three seniors talk election projections, lessons from election day in 2016, how to be smart watching election coverage and advice for the night.
At least 14 alumni are vying for a seat for the two major parties on the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate this election.
Student Court judges held a public hearing for an ongoing case regarding the status of first-year Student Association Senate seats Thursday.