Nathan Brill

Ivory Tower incurrs more damage

Four cases of vandalism were committed in the last week at Ivory Tower, a residence hall that has been plagued by destruction since it opened in late August. University Police have not yet found any students responsible for the damage. Despite increased patrols by UPD and Community Living and Learning Center staff, there have been […]

UPD: No proof of assault

A University Police investigation over the last few weeks concluded that there is no evidence to support allegations that three GW basketball players initiated a fight with Lulu’s Mardi Gras employees earlier this month. Metropolitan Police officials are still investigating the incident. “UPD has completed our investigation,” UPD chief Dolores Stafford said. “Basically, our findings […]

GW employees suspected of stealing $77,000

Two GW employees are being investigated for allegedly stealing close to $77,000 in separate incidents that University Police officials said are unrelated. In one incident, which was reported Oct. 12, an employee working for the Office of the Vice President and Treasurer is suspected of altering and cashing two GW checks totaling $61,964. In another […]

Liquor busts up 52 percent

University Police officers cited 52 percent more students for drinking violations in 2003, according to recently released crime statistics. Liquor law violations were up from 361 in 2002 to 549 in 2003, a large increase that UPD officials said was not due to stepped-up policing efforts. UPD posted crime statistics for 2003 – the last […]

Men expose themselves

Female students continued to be subjected to incidents of indecent exposure around campus last week. Twice in the last week, men have revealed their genitals to unwilling female students just west of GW. On Oct. 1, a male walked past a female student on 26th Street and turned around to face her with his pants […]

Groups urge IMF to drop debt

A small group of protestors assembled at the Treasury Department and the World Bank building Friday to demand debt relief for third world countries. The groups Jubilee USA Network and 50 Years is Enough Network tried to bring attention to their cause as the G7 leaders – who represent seven influential nations – held talks […]

Vandalism still plagues Ivory Tower

Acts of vandalism at GW’s newest residence hall continued last week despite increased University Police patrols, 40 hours of investigation and an increased Community Living and Learning staff presence. Destruction at the Ivory Tower first occurred on Aug. 29 when an air conditioning unit, elevator and bulletin boards were damaged. Since then, three similar though […]