Russell Rizzo

Column: Freshmen face life in GW numbers game

Welcome to GW, freshmen. Hope you liked your ride up, down or over to GW. Those hours spent crammed in your dad’s Volvo with all your life possessions, the parents, your little sister and guide to America’s best 101 colleges are not wasted. That road trip was valuable training for your days at GW. I […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Reno addresses law school graduates

Former Attorney General Janet Reno urged graduates to become problem solvers and provide equal justice for all Americans at the 134th GW Law School Commencement last month. Recounting a feeling of near regret after she received a law degree 38 years ago, the first-ever female attorney general said a career in law is most valuable […]

SJS sanctions fraternity

Student Judicial Services extended Delta Tau Delta’s social probation until October just as the fraternity completed earlier sanctions to lift the probation. SJS charged the fraternity for disorderly conduct after a Delta Tau Delta member said “I hate fags” as GWPride members walked by the fraternity house April 13, and a Delta Tau Delta alumnus […]

Fraternities dispute new charges

Fraternity presidents said they are confused at what they call unfair judicial treatment after Student Judicial Services charged Delta Tau Delta for discrimination, non-compliance and two incidents of disorderly conduct in three separate incidents this month. SJS issued Delta Tau Delta charges for an April 13 discrimination complaint after a member yelled “I hate fags” […]

SJS examines Delta Tau Delta incidents

Student Judicial Services is investigating charges of a discriminatory remark and underage drinking in two separate incidents that happened outside the Delta Tau Delta house Friday night and early Saturday morning. The fraternity, which was placed on social probation last week, could face sanctions as severe as extended probation or suspension if the incidents are […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE:Two SA presidential candidacies face termination

Student Association presidential candidates Roger Kapoor and Daniel Loren have enough complaints against them to disqualify their candidacies, but they will not learn their fate until the Joint Elections Committee meets Friday. SA Executive Vice President Cathy Resler filed a complaint that has JEC officials struggling to interpret their charter. She claims the referendum for […]

Campus plan vote delayed

The Board of Zoning Adjustment delayed a vote on GW’s campus plan for a second time Wednesday to decide whether GW can follow through with promises for on-campus housing and parking, a BZA official said. “(BZA members) want to make sure that the commitments that are being made are actually being followed through,” said Sheri […]