The Metropolitan Police Department plans to roll out a new tool this month that will allow District residents to report theft and other non-violent crimes online, in hopes of streamlining the incident reporting process. As an alternative to filing paper reports, users will be able to access the online crime-reporting system through the department’s home […]
January 19, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 34
Stories from the January 19, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Joint Elections Committee plays a critical role in campus election transparency.
Campus seems to be filled this week with screaming freshmen reuniting for the first time in a month. This sight is all too familiar for me, as just one year ago I was coming back after my first winter break, both excited for a new semester but also nervous for the future. And if there […]
A letter in response to the column “Transparency in UPD misconduct Cases ” (Dec. 8, p. 4).
Thursday Bourbon Coffee Presents GlobeMed will host a performance of songs and stand-up for the Huye Health Clinic in Rwanda. Entry is $5 at the door. 21 and L streets, NW. – 5 p.m Gelman Town Hall Join architects and University administrators for a conversation about the planned renovations to the second floor of Gelman […]
The Metro Diner added two employees this semester in an attempt to combat widespread student complaints of long wait times since J Street’s most popular venue opened five months ago. University officials have worked with student leaders and Sodexo, the company that runs GW’s dining services, since November to come up with a way to […]
Anthropology professor Stephen Lubkemann thinks his planned trek into the sea will soon help shape the understanding of one of the ugliest aspects of human history: the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Lubkemann has spent two years pinpointing the site of a shipwreck near Cape Town, South Africa that killed more than 200 slaves being transported between […]
The Colonials used speed and quickness to snap a two-game losing streak the Rams Wednesday.