Podcast host Alec Rich speaks with the Faculty Association president about a faculty-wide survey of University President Thomas LeBlanc’s leadership.
March 1, 2021
Volume 117, Issue 23
Stories from the March 1, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with culture editor Anna Boone about places to picnic in D.C. when the weather warms up.
After facing a 35-day pause, an ever-changing roster and 10 canceled games, Christian said his team “earned the right” to finish strong.
The women’s tennis squad (1-1) bounced back from a season-opening loss to dominate Coppin State (0-3) 7–0.
In commemoration of GW’s bicentennial, each member of the editorial board broke down the highs and lows of GW’s history.
Public health students are tracking mask wearing and social distancing in their communities for a national study.
The University’s endowment increased in value by 1.35 percent in fiscal year 2020, ticking up from $1.779 billion to $1.803 billion.
Officials said they hope to provide students with reusable alternatives to single-use plastics over the next couple of years.
Jared Johnson, the interim chief technology officer, said officials’ focus is now on modernizing Banweb’s functions.
Students taking classes remotely in Texas said they went without heat, power and water for days as the state experienced unusually strong winter storms.