Clinical psychologist Richard Cooter wants his students to think like criminals. The newly hired associate professor – who graduated from GW in 2004 and practiced law for 25 years before that – will spend the next several months outlining a curriculum that combines the science and the mindset behind breaking the law for a new […]
January 23, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 35
Stories from the January 23, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Aided by a cheering crowd, both the women’s and men’s swim teams claimed first place against visiting Georgetown this past Saturday.
The Colonials’ victories over Richmond and Saturday night’s win against the 49ers bumped the team to a tie for fourth place in the Atlantic 10
The Museum Studies Program moved from its townhouse in Foggy Bottom to an office building in Metro Center last week, part of the University’s ongoing effort to stay under a city-imposed population cap. By relocating several graduate-level programs and courses, GW hopes to mitigate enrollment concerns while offering new opportunities and resources for students who […]
The first day of class can be stressful. You’re scrambling around trying to memorize a new schedule, meet new professors and new faces. But most of all, you’re scared. Because the first day provides one of the best chances for students to walk into a classroom, sit through half of a lecture and realize they […]
The University will implement an automatic $350 cancellation fee for students who drop housing assignments starting this spring, as a way to curtail a housing waitlist that has swelled in recent years. Juniors and seniors will now receive an immediate $350 fine for letting go of an assignment in the first five days after receiving […]
Drawing focus back to JEC’s original goals The Student Association constitution lays out 10 specific charges for the Joint Elections Committee. The very first one listed is, “Publicize all elections, referendums, and recall votes.” But in recent years, the JEC has been woefully negligent in fulfilling this duty and has made only a minimal effort […]
Correction appended. The city agency responsible for governing alcohol policies slapped the popular nightclub Midtown with a fine last week after the bar was caught serving minors. In a 4-3 decision, members of the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration board accepted the Dupont Circle nightclub’s offer to pay a $3,000 fine and serve out a three-day […]
The University’s alcohol policy will be put under a microscope this semester to more effectively address the needs of campus, a top administrator announced Friday. The policy overhaul will include a streamlined process for event registration and the first formal distinctions between undergraduate students and master’s students, Assistant Dean of Students Tara Pereira said. Pereira, […]
Correction appended. The University has no plans to reimburse employees in domestic partnerships for extra taxes they pay for medical coverage, despite a flurry this month of colleges and businesses opting to cover the added expense. Domestic partnership health coverage is counted as taxable income by the federal government, making recipients of those benefits pay […]