This year’s New Student Orientation includes programs for freshmen and sophomores as they come to campus for the first time as students.
August 23, 2021
Volume 118, Issue 5
Stories from the August 23, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GWPD officers responded to a report of a non-GW affiliated man who assaulted a GW staff member and punched a hole in a wall
Administrative shakeups and a phased reopening of campus amid the COVID-19 pandemic headlined the University’s top summer developments.
Students said their eating disorders worsened during the pandemic amid isolation, stress and increased social media usage.
A professor received a $1 million grant to increase trust in the COVID-19 vaccine among D.C.’s socially vulnerable communities late last month.
CCAS officials unveiled new bachelors’ degrees in data science, cognitive science of language, psychological and brain sciences and photojournalism.
Army and Air Force ROTC students can drive the vans to their classes at Georgetown and Howard universities this fall.
Officials said students, faculty and staff with assignments on the Foggy Bottom Campus and at VSTC can ride the shuttle starting Monday.
The University’s paralegal studies program became the first in the District to receive approval from the American Bar Association earlier this month.
The ANC plans to give $12,000 to nonprofits around Foggy Bottom to reach local residents who have struggled financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic.