University and city police had launched a search for Wallis Nan, an international student, Associate Dean of Students Tim Miller said. But he said at about 2:40 p.m. Sunday that she was found safe.
The seafood restaurant announced its plans to close Dec. 22 on Facebook Wednesday.
Maryland and Maine, which also passed a historic ballot vote, join six other states and the District in allowing same-sex marriage.
The Associated Collegiate Press handed The Hatchet a first place award for best multimedia sports story of the year Saturday.
While you won’t find the paper in newsstands across campus until our next print issue comes out Thursday, we’re still covering the news full-speed. Check our storm watch coverage for live updates on the hurricane as it approaches campus.
There were no injuries and firefighters extinguished flames by 3 p.m., University spokeswoman Michelle Sherrard said.
The Hatchet will reach newsstands in the afternoon – later than usual – due to problems on our printer’s end early this morning.
The first issue of the school year published today – but technical issues prevented our email edition from going out this morning.
Knapp, who arrived there Aug. 1, has attended an alumni reception and watched former Colonial Pops Mensah-Bonsu play for Great Britain’s men’s basketball team.
GW has kept draft images for the new logo under wraps throughout its rebranding campaign.