An armed male subject carjacked the spouse of a staff member. Metropolitan Police Department officers later recovered the vehicle in Northeast.
September 27, 2021
Volume 118, Issue 10
Stories from the September 27, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
As a result of the SA’s constructive engagement with administrators, more students will have a way to get back home if they feel unsafe.
It’s imperative that officials take every measure possible to ensure community members have adequate testing.
Failing to release meeting minutes hurts student trust, but also denies the committee the chance to showcase the good work it is doing.
The law school selected Deloitte to help administrators gauge faculty and other community stakeholders’ concerns to craft recommendations.
Students said a centralized location for used and online textbooks could alleviate yearly expenses as the SA kickstarts its online textbook exchange program.
Administrators said they will prioritize internal feedback from GW community members before soliciting recommendations from external firms.
After Congress expanded eligibility for FAFSA last June, experts said officials should work to prevent confusion over the implementation of the changes.
Both the men’s and women’s squads became the first teams in program history to win the first two meets of a season.
After a disjointed water polo season last year, graduate student utility player Andras Levai looks to make the most of his final season with the Colonials.