In the article “Shootings spark Nott debate” (April 23, p. 1) The Hatchet erroneously reported that the Jordan Nott lawsuit was settled in November 2006. It was settled in October of that year.
In the article “Clubs win SAC Awards” (April 23, p. 8) The Hatchet erroneously reported the name of Balance: The GW Ballet Group.
In the article “Piecing it all together,” (April 23, p. 1) The Hatchet erroneously reported Joan Ziemba’s name. Also, James Wildey is the chief of the National Transportation Safety Board’s Materials Laboratory.
In the article “Shootings spark Nott debate” (April 23, p. 1) The Hatchet reported that a new involuntary mental health withdrawal policy will provide more administrative oversight. The current policy requires a student judicial process to remove a student; the new administrative process will allow leaves to take place through administrative action rather than only a judicial process.
In the article “GW looks at loan policy” (April 23, p. 9) The Hatchet stated that the University monitors revenue sharing and finder’s fees from loan lenders. GW does not practice revenue sharing or collect finder’s fees.