A panel of people with backgrounds in study abroad programs discussed the challenges for international education in a post-pandemic world Tuesday.
November 19, 2020
Stories from the November 19, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
GW is teaming up with Swipe Out Hunger to allow the University community to donate the remainder of their GWorld balances to other students.
A local governing body voted to urge the presidential transition team to strip down protective fencing surrounding the White House.
White House staffers have helped to spread racism, bigotry and xenophobia – they cannot be allowed to hide in academia and promote those beliefs.
Encampments are a safe space, especially during a pandemic. City officials must protect that now more than ever.
With course registration out of the way, take some time for yourself this weekend during the final weekend before Thanksgiving break.
The restaurant is right across the street from Metro’s Woodley Park station on the Red Line and is just a few blocks away from the National Zoo.
The move came following a tense standoff between the parliamentarian and many faculty over the assembly’s ability to conduct online voting.
After D.C. police spent millions in excess overtime funding this summer, the D.C. Council voted Tuesday to require MPD to report overtime costs more frequently.
Student Bar Association senators approved the creation of a student organization to advocate for Uyghur ethnic minorities in China.