Mike Augello

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Gelman libraries receive virus

The server that controls 21 machines on the first, third and sixth floors in the Gelman library received a major virus last Friday. The backup server was unable to be brought online, and information technology specialists had to reconstruct the old server from scratch. “I am confident we will have them back and running before […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Students experience relaxed spring rush

Members of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity shared cigars and stories with potential pledges on the steps of the fraternity’s G Street house Thursday night during the group’s second spring rush event. The evening, like all of the spring’s open events, was a chance for students to meet the members and learn about the fraternity. […]

Groups promote campus recycling

GW officials and campus groups are encouraging students to recycle more of their trash beginning this week by dispelling beliefs that GW does not recycle. Free the Planet, the Student Association and GW General Services have all been looking for ways to increase the amount of trash the University sends to recycling centers. “The general […]

Afghanistan Experts stress importance of aid

An academic panel on the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan told an audience of more than 50 people Tuesday night that humanitarian aid must continue in Afghanistan, even when the situation is no longer a national news story. The International Affairs Society hosted the four-person panel in Stuart Hall, which was composed of officials working in […]

Milosevic prosecutor lectures

Former prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunal Nancy Patterson told about 60 GW Law School students Monday how to overcome the challenges of bringing war criminals to justice. Patterson spoke about her involvement in prosecuting former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic in Lerner Hall. Prosecuting international criminals could become an important issue if Osama bin Laden […]