Marek died of “multiple blunt force injuries,” the medical examiner said.
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Cape Town authorities are conducting a search and are working with program representatives, Upton’s family and the U.S. Embassy, according to the release.
Lerman leaves two years into 10-year strategic plan that was largely his brainchild and a foggy future for GW’s international priorities.
The Hatchet’s business team is an all-student group who ensure the paper has the revenue it needs to succeed.
His cause of death was an abnormal heart rhythm known as a cardiac arrhythmia, which can occur when electrical impulses coordinating heartbeats don’t work properly, according to the Mayo Clinic. The arrhythmia was due to hyponatremic dehydration, the medical examiner said.
Delta Sigma Phi fraternity will become GW’s 16th fraternity this fall, concluding a months-long decision-making process.
The man found dead on a sidewalk at 24th and M streets last Wednesday was 22-year-old alumnus Keaton Marek, the Metropolitan Police Department confirmed Monday.
The Washingtonian has dubbed The Hatchet best local college paper in its “Best of Washington” issue.
About five fire trucks and an ambulance responded to the scene. The employees were evacuated.