Nearly 30 professors will teach 45 courses remotely this semester, according to the Schedule of Classes.
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.
After enduring a shortened one-win season last year, GW dropped their first five games to start the season winning just one set thus far.
Junior guard Nya Lok competed for South Sudan’s first-ever international women’s basketball team since the nation gained independence in 2011.
After playing in empty sports facilities for more than a year, fans will once again pack into stands to watch GW’s sporting events.
Women’s soccer remains winless after dropping another game to American Sunday afternoon at the Mount Vernon Campus.
More than 15 performing arts groups from across campus performed at the Dorothy Betts Marvin Theater in the University Student Center Thursday night.
Student organizations set up displays in University Yard Friday evening to attract new members to join their groups.
Co-directors of the Campus COVID Support Team discussed mitigation efforts on campus amid a nationwide surge in coronavirus cases.
GW Libraries is set to expand service and resume staff hires after facing budget constraints during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students living in Townhouse Row said they observed mold growing in their rooms before experiencing symptoms like fevers and bloody coughing fits.