GW will crack down on loud off-campus parties this fall with quicker disciplinary action for students and a new online complaint system for neighbors, University officials announced at a meeting with Foggy Bottom residents Wednesday.
June 11, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 3
Stories from the June 11, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
In developing countries, children born with clubfoot – a condition that causes feet to grow inward and downward – may never be able to run, play or go to school because of the steep costs and distant medical facilities.
The University will cancel its study abroad programs in Egypt this fall as violent protests continue to rock the country.
The announcement comes just as the University begins construction on a $130 million residence hall, slated to open in 2016, that will add 300 beds to campus. It will house nearly 900 sophomores and juniors.
Media Credit: Hatchet File Photo Officers caught James Dunmore with a suitcase full of electronics from multiple rooms in Ivory Tower six months ago. The man who was caught with a suitcase full of electronics in Ivory Tower earlier this year pleaded guilty to 10 offenses Wednesday including burglary, theft and unlawful entry. James Dunmore […]
University President Steven Knapp earned $1.108 million last fiscal year – the third-straight year his total compensation surpassed the million-dollar marker.
A year after the University’s chief judicial officer said GW would alter the alcohol policy that graduate students have called cumbersome, those students are still waiting on the University’s legal arm to approve those changes.
Jack Evans, a stronghold in the D.C. Council who represents neighborhoods like Foggy Bottom, officially announced his candidacy for mayor June 8, nearly completing the political picture for the District’s top office.
When researcher Keith Crandall looks outside the window of his spacious Virginia Science and Technology Campus office, he can see construction crews working to build on GW’s 120 acres in Loudoun County that administrators say go underused. Crandall, who was hired away from Brigham Young University last year to run GW’s new Computational Biology Institute, […]