May 12, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 1

Stories from the May 12, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet.

University preps for graduation

GW officials said they are hopeful that the more than 20,000 graduates, alumni, friends and family members expected to converge on campus this week will be able to enjoy a ceremony on the Ellipse Sunday. The University has rented out the MCI Center during the same time period in case “extraordinary circumstances” cause the Ellipse […]

Staff Editorial: Not just GPA

Ask most students what qualities they would desire of their graduation student speakers, and the last virtue they would list is the student’s grade point average. But the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Elliott School of International Affairs and School of Business and Public Management all consider GPA to be one of the most […]

Neighbor sues GW over residence hall

A Foggy Bottom resident filed a lawsuit against GW last week, claiming a new residence hall under construction at 23rd and G streets is being built partially on his property. Donald Kreuzer, owner of three townhouses next to the construction site, said in his lawsuit that the construction “constitutes a trespass and irreparable harm to […]