The “Connect to Campus” student video blogger series launched last semester follows three students’ daily lives attending GW during the pandemic.
February 16, 2021
Volume 117, Issue 21
Stories from the February 16, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Jeri Epstein, the ANC’s chair, said the committees will cover infrastructure, economy, neighborhood life and strategic planning.
GW is examining vaccine regulations for Virginia and Maryland to help facilitate access to the vaccine for GW community members.
Opioid overdose deaths in D.C. reached a record high last year amid a nationwide surge in drug deaths, according to District data.
Officials and students said some roommates who might be exposed to the virus are quarantining in separate rooms to cut down on transmission.
Officials said recent data shows GW’s freshman yield rate dropped to a 10-year low while academic metrics remained mostly steady.
The BSAA has held events like fundraisers for D.C. nonprofits and student body meetings to establish a community for Black student-athletes.
Khan said the Colonials are looking to suit up four times this season in back-to-back rumbles with Navy one weekend and Virginia another weekend.
Both teams opened the season at the three-day Cavalier Invitational against Virginia and Pittsburgh – their first of just three scheduled regular season meets.
Three consecutives postponements and cancellations forced the Colonials to stay hunkered down in Foggy Bottom instead of competing as planned.