The discussion detailed Washington’s personal character, life as a slave owner and vision for a national university.
April 5, 2021
Volume 117, Issue 26
Stories from the April 5, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW is undefeated at home this season with three wins and a draw, while George Mason remains winless in both Atlantic 10 and nonconference play.
Without in-person events, student leaders said they’ve upped virtual programming to prevent feelings of isolation among members.
A team of researchers compiled an interactive map late last month showing the professionals each state has allowed to distribute COVID-19 vaccines.
With club teams on hold for the time being, consider joining one of D.C.’s many amateur sports communities.
The District is generally known for its art and history, but students and locals say its skate scene is the city’s hidden gem.
MPD recorded 132 hate crimes in D.C. last year, about one-third of which were reported in MPD’s second district, which encompasses Foggy Bottom.
The clinic found that patients with initially mild cases of COVID-19 typically have had the most severe long-term symptoms.
The sustainable urban planning studies master of professional studies program has doubled its enrollment and earned accreditation since its founding.
The summit will feature experts in public and digital health and will focus on topics like how technology can be applied to health and medical education.