The number of sexual offenses reported for the Mount Vernon Campus has increased this year, according to University crime log data. Four sex offense cases have been reported on the Vern for 2011, according to the crime log, while annual data from the University Police Department shows one case was reported last year and none […]
December 5, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 31
Stories from the December 5, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Colleges and universities nationwide are contemplating new ways to track the success of students.
Two candidates outlined their visions for the Center for Alcohol and other Drug Education’s top office last week, in their vie for the position that has been vacant since 2008. The candidates, both female and recent college graduates, have experience in substance abuse prevention, but did not delve into explicit details of their goals and […]
Students facing drug charges from the city court might see their cases dismissed if they complete community service, after the opening of a neighborhood-focused courtroom in January. The D.C. Superior Court will designate a community court for the Second District – which includes Foggy Bottom – offering an alternative channel to settle low-level, non-violent criminal […]
Frances Norwood’s anthropological research over the past decade has brought her to bedsides in nursing homes and into ethical murkiness as she studied euthanasia in the Netherlands. Norwood, an assistant research professor and lecturer, talked to doctors who admitted to breaking the Dutch ban on assisted suicide before it was lifted in 1984. She also […]
For a local restaurant owner, giving back to GW is a family affair – with plenty of fruits and vegetables involved. In 2010 Annie Leconte, her husband Didier Leconte and her son Eric opened Litestars, a restaurant she describes as a “healthier quick bistro” that specializes in gourmet tartlets, grain-based salads and their newly copyrighted […]
The University refocused part of its financial aid pool toward students with demonstrated economic need in 2010, a change that cut into monies for academic, athletic and other performance-based scholarships. In the 2009 to 2010 academic year, the last year that data is available for, 12.8 percent of aid was merit-based – awarded to students […]
University Counseling Center director John Dages resigned Thursday after former employees levied complaints of “dysfunctional” leadership under his watch. But as UCC transitions to a new director, the University must work to re-establish the trust with the community that has been tarnished. Students who sought UCC help were at least indirectly impacted by Dages’ alleged […]