The University is investigating six fraternities for 10 instances of misconduct since last spring.
September 16, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 9
Stories from the September 16, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A D.C. Council bill that would have raised the minimum wage for employees at large retail stores – specifically Wal-Mart – went down in flames last week.
This is college in all its promised glory, and I am sober.
The entire multicultural Greek community is about 70 members, and one of its leaders says that small size has made it difficult to collaborate with the Panhellenic Association and the Inter-Fraternity Council difficult.
Prices of medical plans, including co-payments, deductibles, premiums and coinsurance, will all rise this year, Vice President for Human Resources Sabrina Ellis said. Faculty and staff will, on average, see a total 9.2 percent increase in the cost they pay for insurance.
But GW-run training sessions, awareness campaigns and help websites can’t make all the difference. We need a more open and frank discussion about sexual assault in Greek chapters.
In their first match of four at the Princeton Invite against the No. 16 ranked team in the nation, the Colonials fell 12-7 to Santa Clara.
The GW School of Business that Doug Guthrie took over in 2010 faced lagging research, subpar teaching and insufficient financial support from the University at large, according to the plan he penned that year.
Board of Trustees chair Nelson Carbonell said trustees will update the Faculty Code – a dense, 22-page document that outlines everything from research standards to the tenure process.
Rolling back restrictions on off-campus residents showed the growing clout of Greek life on campus – and underlines why Greek leaders have pushed to expand their ranks in recent years.