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December 23, 2021
Stories from the December 23, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
GW’s decision to make the first two weeks of the spring semester online will likely prevent a 2020-esque end of school year debacle.
If you have time to fill between your usual holiday traditions, these televised and streamed specials have you covered.
Exploding COVID-19 cases, Zoom University 2.0 and 7000-series Metro trains: here’s this week’s good and bad news wrapped.
Former SA Sen. Alex Griffin, CCAS-U, resigned a few hours after the last senate meeting of the semester earlier this month.
President Biden extended the pause through May 1 amid a nationwide spike in COVID-19 cases driven by the spreading Omicron variant.
COVID-19 cases at GW and across D.C. stand at record highs as the spread of the Omicron variant continues to accelerate.
Clarice Smith, an alumna and philanthropist who donated millions of dollars to the University, died earlier this month.
The game was supposed to conclude the Colonials’ non-conference slate and marks the first postponement of an otherwise smooth season.
A men’s swimmer beat a record set by 28-time Olympic medalist Michael Phelps in the 100 butterfly at Lejuene Hall Pool at Navy this past Friday.