On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with Hatchet News Editor Tiffany Garcia about what’s in store for this year’s Black Heritage Celebration.
February 1, 2021
Volume 117, Issue 19
Stories from the February 1, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GWPD officers received an email that was linked to a social media post in which a male student was accused of sexual assault involving a female student.
About 20 student organizations will participate in this year’s BHC with events ranging from STEM-focused symposia to a virtual painting night.
Women’s basketball has now dropped four straight games and sits in 13th place in the Atlantic 10.
Now 15 years into the gig at GW, men’s basketball play-by-play commentator Byron Kerr still considers calling Colonials games a “dream job.”
GW Dining student representatives said they’ve doubled down on social media with recipes, tips and resources during the pandemic.
About 1,500 students flocked to campus residence halls last month, moving into District and Potomac houses and Shenkman, South and Francis Scott Key halls.
Department chairs said they have struggled to offer enough classes this year without the ability to hire part-time faculty.
Higher education experts said Biden’s actions will have a significant impact on international student recruitment and finances.
LeBlanc said staying in touch with the University community has been one of his top priorities during the pandemic.