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 Hatchet reviews three upcoming artists visiting the D.C. area.
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 […]