Administrators said early in the semester that layoffs would be completed within a few weeks but continued terminating staff positions well into the fall.
November 23, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 15
Stories from the November 23, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Asian Americans like myself need to stand with affirmative action and “race-conscious” admissions and put the needs of the many over our needs of the few.
Men’s and women’s basketball are poised to be the first GW sports to play since March. Learn about the team in The Hatchet’s 2020 Basketball Guide.
The victims reported sustaining injuries to the shoulder while holding down the subject after he had thrown a rock damaging their vehicle.
The squad will lean on ball handlers in graduate student guards Jasmine Whitney and Sydney Zambrotta and junior guard Maddie Loder.
The teams are back on campus following strict safety protocols, allowing them to focus on the game as the pandemic likely drags through the spring.
Growing up, freshman center Ali Brigham was coached by her father, who nabbed a Sweet 16 run while playing at GW nearly three decades ago.
Jack said his adaptability helped him navigate his career at GW, which spans two head coaches and dozens of different teammates.
Head coach Jennifer Rizzotti said the coaching additions were mutually beneficial for the program and former athletes.
Rizzotti said two upperclassmen and a couple of freshmen could bolster the squad’s post play this season.