This article appeared in the September 10, 2009 issue of the Hatchet.
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Officials will expand tap access to residence halls and adjust enrollment while Thurston Hall undergoes renovations at the end of next academic year.
A law firm retained during an ethics probe into the Metro board chairman Jack Evans found he had a conflict of interest and used his position for personal financial gain.
WMATA officials told The Washington Post that D.C. should enforce fare evasion fine payments, while D.C. officials insisted it was Metro’s responsibility.