If administrators get the process right, then chances are the final pick will be a good choice to lead the University.
September 7, 2021
Volume 118, Issue 7
Stories from the September 7, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Giving the entire student body a Handshake account and leaving it at that is not sufficient for finding job opportunities.
A man who had previously been barred from campus was found unconscious in the G Street Garage and placed under arrest.
The University has a surprising amount of resources available, but needs to do more to publicize them to students.
A nursing professor is working with the National Academy of Medicine to launch a podcast about health care inequities and pandemic burnout.
Sorority leaders said they want to ensure no one will ever have to sacrifice their Jewish identity for a traditional Greek experience.
Ray Lucas, the University’s COVID-19 coordinator, said officials will consider increasing the frequency of COVID-19 testing if cases continuously rise.
University spokesperson Crystal Nosal said 282 juniors and seniors will live in the hotel this year because of ongoing renovations to Thurston Hall.
Officials installed new computers, web cameras, microphones and access to virtual platforms for students to attend classes remotely if necessary.
Student leaders who helped to develop the dining plan said the dining halls could improve food accessibility and community in Foggy Bottom.