Officials have started hiring new employees in departments across the University, after lifting the hiring freeze earlier this summer.
August 30, 2021
Volume 118, Issue 6
Stories from the August 30, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
From statement jewelry to claw clips, here are some trends you can expect to see around campus this fall.
Business managers said the return of students won’t fully revitalize business but will still provide a much-needed revenue boost during the pandemic.
SA leaders worked to fill vacancies in the senate and met with officials to expand health and transportation services this summer.
More than 10 professors said they feel safe and excited to return to in-person instruction under the University’s COVID-19 reopening plan.
Western Market will include everything from Burmese and Italian cuisine to Japanese and classic American cuisines.
Lines stretched the length of the University Student Center’s ground floor, where about 70 students waited for up to two hours to receive their card.
Put your .edu email to good use and save some money on music, entertainment and local activities this upcoming academic year.
A spokesperson declined to comment on GW’s contingency plans for the upcoming year if COVID-19 cases spike, deferring to GW’s reopening plan.
Campus will look a little different to students returning after a year or more due to transformative renovation projects around campus coming to fruition.