The leader of the Student Association Finance Committee is asking the University to put more money toward EMeRG. The student-run emergency medical unit receives most of its funds from the University, but typically picks up a few thousand dollars each year from the SA Finance Committee, which allocates funds from student fees. But this year, […]
September 27, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 14
Stories from the September 27, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Metropolitan Police officers arrested a student Friday for possession with intent to sell marijuana and possession of LSD – the sixth arrest for intent to distribute drugs this academic year.
The smoke detector failed to go off in the Dakota room where a clothes dryer caught fire Sept. 10, causing $340,000 in property damages.
An aide helps Jaggar DeMarco get to class and put laundry away. But on Friday nights, the freshman – who has muscular dystrophy and is confined to a wheelchair – is on his own.
Lengthy waits for seeking mental health services put students’ well-being at risk.
Here’s a fact: 83 percent of Americans think they aren’t getting the facts they need to be educated voters.
When the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences introduced new curriculum requirements last fall, the idea was to ensure that all students would graduate with certain skills, while also giving them more options when selecting courses.
One of GW’s fiercest admissions rivals opened a D.C. study away program Monday, opening its new academic and residence hall complex just 14 blocks from Foggy Bottom.
Delays in getting help can cost lives and create liability