This weekend’s G-7, International Monetary Fund and World Bank protests will be sparsely attended and should pose minimal inconveniences to students, University officials said. “(The demonstrations) are expected to be minimal during the weekend,” said John Petrie, assistant vice president for public safety and emergency management. “They’re real and important to the people demonstrating, but […]
September 30, 2004
Volume 101, Issue 16
Stories from the September 30, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday that would eliminate virtually all of the District’s gun restrictions. The bill, titled the D.C. Personal Protection Act, would repeal a ban on handguns and semiautomatic weapons put into place by the D.C. City Council in 1976. Passed by a 250-171 vote, the bill would also relax […]
Assault on Police 9/25 – Thurston Hall – case closed A UPD officer was bitten and another officer injured when they responded to two male injured students. One of the students, who was bleeding from the back of the head, told UPD he had been drinking and smoking marijuana. EMeRG. was unable to provide medical […]