LeBlanc said officials are “committed” to preventing discrimination on campus and that GW is currently “investigating” the allegations.
November 22, 2021
Volume 118, Issue 17
Stories from the November 22, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The continued delays will last for the duration of the University’s U-Pass trial period taking place next month.
Sports are a place for us to put our aspirations aside and our collective appreciation for GW at the forefront.
GW can make structural changes that will create greater harmony between professors and students in the classroom.
A female student reported that a male student sexually assaulted her, entering her room without permission and refusing to leave.
Students will be able to pick up their cards from the University Student Center after returning from Thanksgiving break, according to an email from officials.
More than a year after GW launched its COVID-19 vaccine trials, researchers are now turning their focus to administering booster shots.
The construction project is scheduled to wrap up in the spring, with restaurants and businesses potentially opening in the summer.
Experts weigh on how to navigate the holidays with unvaccinated friends and family members this Thanksgiving break.
GW needs a new strategic plan, but the first step on that journey is to get the presidential search process right.