Disorderly Conduct 10/15/12 – 6:29 p.m. Location: West Hall – Case closed University Police officers responded to a report that a student yelled and cursed at a cashier due to a high food price. He later apologized. Referred for disciplinary action Harassment Multiple dates and times Location: Thurston Hall – Case closed A student reported […]
October 25, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 22
Stories from the October 25, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Hatchet’s monthly wrap-up of GW’s ups and downs.
Administrators are promising to include students in its annual review of health insurance coverage.
Campus tours next month will start talking up teaching methods and classroom technology over residence halls and dining options to prospective students. The STAR tour program will emphasize GW’s academics more than ever to campus visitors, part of the Office of Admissions’ efforts to align itself with the University’s rebranding campaign and 10-year strategic plan […]
After paying outside companies millions of dollars to consult on everything from land deals to legal contracts, the University also will tap those who know GW best – for less money.
Thursday Teach for America CEO and Founder Listen to Teach For America CEO and Founder Wendy Kopp address members of the Greek community. The Princeton University alumna will speak about leadership and service. Smith Center – 8 p.m. ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ Kick off Halloween festivities by attending the opening night of the annual student […]
University officials said the sweeping building-wide water outages that have affected thousands of students this fall are most often caused by factors out of their control.
The University and Metropolitan Police departments are keeping a closer eye on outdoor seating near The Avenue after a rash of reported thefts this fall. In each of the seven cases reported to UPD since the beginning of this school year, individuals noticed that their personal items were stolen while they sat outside restaurants near […]