This week, the University released a series of flow charts that standardize and elucidate the punishments a student can expect based on what he or she is caught doing.
October 13, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 18
Stories from the October 13, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
With the ground breaking on the new Science and Engineering Hall set to begin next week, the University has launched a new phase in science and engineering research.
Exploring the nation’s capital is a must-do during Colonials Weekend and there is no shortage of ways to travel through the 63 square miles.
It’s already October. And while that means for most students it’s time to start preparing for midterms, for others it means the deadline for spring semester study abroad applications is fast approaching.
One in three adults in the District are functionally illiterate. Only one out of 13 students who grow up in a low-income community will graduate from college.
Big George wants you on Friday night. Spirit will come alive with the Colonials Invasion Friday, following the 6 p.m. GW vs. Fordham volleyball game in the Charles E. Smith Center. The annual event marks the official start of the basketball season, as teams are barred by NCAA rules from practicing before a designated Friday […]
Teaism offers real ethnic food, real fast, for a price that won’t burn a hole in your pocket.
The Department of Education is proposing a crack down on the quality of teacher education programs through a series of proposed changes that would allow more federal oversight in the evaluation of college programs that prepare educators.
Attendance at Alumni Weekend increased only slightly this year, after the program boasted years of double digit growth. This year 2,622 alumni, current students, parents and friends attended programming – only a 4-percent increase from last year, according to an estimate released Oct. 12. From 2005, when 400 people took part, until 2010, the average […]
Drug Law Violation 10/06/11 – Time unknown Location: Constitution Garden Case closed The U.S. Park Police told the University Police Department that three students were arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Closed by arrest Lewd Acts 10/07/11 – 4:30 to 5:15 a.m. Location: Madison Hall Case closed A female student reported to UPD […]