On this week’s special episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” podcast hosts Alec Rich and Sarah Sachs speak with Hatchet staff about the biggest stories of 2020.
January 11, 2021
Volume 117, Issue 16
Stories from the January 11, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
More than 20 faculty members, students and administrators signed an open letter calling for President Donald Trump to be removed from office.
LeBlanc asked for ways to ensure a safe fall return, so here’s an idea: Bring students back and vaccinate every last one of them.
Pinto said she’s focused on connecting homeless communities with permanent housing and aiding small business workers struggling through the pandemic.
For the first time this month, much of GW’s student population doesn’t have direct representation on a local governing body.
First-year students enrolled in Thrive GW said the mentorship program has provided them with emotional support during their first semester at GW.
Officials said the new degree requires students to have prior experience in design, allowing them to fine-tune their skills in the field.
GW’s chapter of The Women’s Network offers students resources to build confidence and develop professional skills in male-dominated fields.
SMHS received a grant last month to construct a science learning center for a high school in Alexandria, Virginia.
With nearly a year of remote learning under their belt, students said they feel more prepared to tackle the challenges of a second full online semester.