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November 16, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 14
Stories from the November 16, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The new changes allow students to inform their professors of an absence due to a religious holiday up to three weeks before the holiday.
Students who transferred to GW this fall said virtual instruction gives them less time to fully experience GW and D.C. than they initially planned.
Faculty said their students were tired after staying up late on Election Day to hear the results and extended due dates for assignments as a result.
GW’s political student organizations are shifting their focus to Georgia’s runoff state races, advocacy efforts and member engagement post-election.
Alexis Lete said her time on the Volleyball team helped her advance in the pageant by teaching her how to compete.
The total budget for all of the individual communications staffs is approximately $4.85 million, with a combined professional staff of roughly 76 people.
Students said parties have become a weekly occasion near campus, threatening the nearby community to a greater risk of COVID-19 infection.
Two student interns will continue a weekly composting program maintained through the Office of Sustainability.
It’s lonely to be an international student right now, but professors could do more to make them feel like they’re making the most of the semester.