A former student in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences has filed a complaint with the school’s accrediting body alleging that they violated at least 26 accreditation standards, the worst of which include using a rotting cadaver in an anatomy class. Brad Honigman, who graduated from GW as an undergraduate in 2006, filed the […]
February 19, 2009
Volume 105, Issue 42
Stories from the February 19, 2009 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
If you’ve noticed random eggs dropping out of the sky or students playing laser tag in Kogan Plaza, don’t be alarmed. These are just some of the events celebrating Engineers Week at GW. The annual event highlights the work and research of students and faculty in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Senior Murrad […]
In a season when the men’s basketball team needs the most support, its primary fan organization has largely fallen off the map. The Colonial Army, which was formed in 2003 to rally students at GW basketball games, has remained largely inactive this year – despite collecting $15 membership fees from more than 100 members in […]
Hundreds of parents and students are calling the University’s newly created financial aid call center to voice concerns about financing a GW education in the worsening recession. The call center was created by the financial aid and student account offices last month as a pilot program to answer questions from people concerned about paying for […]
Destruction 2/15/09 – Thurston Hall – Open Case An individual reported that photos in his room were defaced with black pen. Harassment 2/09/09 – off campus – case closed A female student reported to the University Police Department that she received a harassing text message from her former roommate about property that the roommate wanted […]
Adrian Fontecilla is in his third and final year of GW Law School. But unlike many other graduate students these days, he does not have to worry about securing future employment in the sparse job market. Thanks to his previous participation in a summer associate program, he and many of his fellow law students already […]
After a public outcry about a change in Facebook’s privacy policies, the company conceded to the vehement objections and reverted back to their old guidelines Wednesday. Earlier this month, Facebook changed its Terms of Service to give the company exclusive rights to all user content, indefinitely – even if a user decides to delete their […]
Web Extra Well, it’s that unfortunate time of year again. No, I don’t mean the now annual ritualistic collapse of the basketball team. Worse. It’s SA election time. If you’re like me (and most of you are), you really couldn’t care less about this giant exercise in ego building. As entertaining as it can be […]
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