An eight-month long federal investigation, including thousands of documents and interviews, concluded alumnus and D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray will not face charges for a wrongful hiring claim. A U.S. House of Representatives ethics committee declared Monday it did not find sufficient evidence to support ex-candidate Sulaimon Brown’s allegations that Gray’s staff bribed him to bash […]
November 3, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 24
Stories from the November 3, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A campus-wide educational initiative will gather input from faculty, staff and students to design strategies for improving the quality of teaching and learning at the University. As a way to balance the recent growth of GW’s commitments to research, a 19-person faculty advisory board will study teaching practices to find ways to better engage students […]
Interest in colleges nationwide is prompting high school students to send out more applications, likely boosting the University’s selectivity. The National Association for College Admission Counseling reported that 25 percent of college applicants submitted seven or more applications, up from 23 percent the year before, marking a decade-long national pattern of high school students applying […]
The Arab Spring is now captured in film as part of the Arabian Sights film festival, a week-long event produced by FilmFest DC, an international film festival.
My time spent studying in Sevilla, Spain has taught me to put everything I thought I knew on the back burner – particularly, the English language. During the first half of my study abroad experience, I had some amazing encounters. I traveled throughout Spain, visited Morocco and Portugal, and I still have a number of […]
The University is considering increasing its eco-friendly course offerings as part of a larger initiative to develop a culture geared toward sustainability. Provost Steven Lerman appointed a 20-person faculty committee with representatives from the 10 GW schools and colleges to examine sustainability in the University’s curriculum. The group will present its recommendations in the spring. […]
Dorothy Rodham – the mother of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton – died early Tuesday morning at the GW Hospital. She was 92 years old. Born in Chicago in 1919, Rodham raised three children, lobbied on behalf of abandoned children and campaigned for Clinton leading up to the 2008 presidential election. “She overcame abandonment and […]
Liquor Law Violation/Receiving Stolen Property 10/29/11 – 1:25 a.m. Location: The West End residence hall Case closed UPD officers responded to a report of a loud noise and dispersed a party. Officers assessed attendants for intoxication and barred five individuals not affiliated with GW from campus. They also found multiple stolen University signs.Referred for disciplinary […]
When it comes to crime alerts, more information is beneficial to both students and the University. This was evident Monday when two suspects were arrested near the Foggy Bottom Metro. Police cars swarmed the I Street Mall and rumors began to fly that there was a shooting just off campus. The University did the right […]
Whole Foods is piloting a new GWorld system that allows venues to swipe cards through regular credit and debit machines instead of GWorld-only devices. Foggy Bottom’s newest grocery store is the first GWorld partner to test the system, University spokeswoman Michelle Sherrard said. The store switched to the pinpad pay method last Tuesday, but decided […]