Eligible students can now pick up their U-Pass cards, which will be active throughout the semester, at the University Student Center for the next two weeks.
January 13, 2022
Stories from the January 13, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The 12 spring initiatives include a graduate student newsletter, pop-up STI testing and a redesigned SA logo.
The SBA Senate voted against the resolution a day before the University confirmed its plans to return to in-person classes next week.
GW should consider working with Mayor Muriel Bowser’s office to bolster testing efforts in the District.
Despite an early 5-2 lead in the opening minutes, GW quickly fell behind and remained so for the rest of the night.
With late weekend hours and friendly staff, Barcelona makes for the ideal lively dinner spot to have a good time with friends.
Kick off the weekend back in the District with a lineup of activities to get back in the swing of the spring semester.
Interim President Mark Wrighton will deliver his first president’s report to the Faculty Senate, according to the meeting’s agenda.
The email states that officials plan to resume other in-person activities in a “phased approach” starting Feb. 1.
More than 1,000 viewers tuned in to watch a panel of professors, researchers and journalists discuss ongoing protests and violence in Kazakhstan Monday.