Racing in their home opener against Bucknell on Saturday, the men’s and women’s swimming teams were a little slow to get off the blocks.
October 21, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 14
Stories from the October 21, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Spencer Perry was in eighth grade when his family became involved in Perry v. Hollingsworth. His mothers were recruited by the Los Angeles-based American Foundation for Equal Rights to champion same-sex marriage in court.
As the women’s volleyball team has won five straight and become one of the hottest teams in the Atlantic 10, they’ve been able to take control. On Sunday, that meant sharp and precise serves, which set the tone for GW’s convincing 3-1 win.
Student Association president Julia Susuni told the University’s highest governing body that students living in sophomore and junior housing pay about $3,000 more each year than students living off campus, according to an analysis of 11 most popular apartment buildings around campus.
The University’s research expenditures increased this year as federal funds decreased.
The University fell between No. 9 and No. 22 for annual burglary counts between 2003 and 2009, the most recent aggregated data available.
A former top official in the University’s investment office filed a lawsuit this month claiming GW fired her for trying to blow the whistle on allegedly flawed financial reporting.
As a coalition of D.C. universities look to redraw boundaries for their campus police officers, they must overcome in-fighting over officer accountability that led to the bill’s failure 10 years ago.
Recipients will now join the pool of candidates eligible to receive honorary degrees at next spring’s commencement.
Rahul Gupta, who has been accused of second-degree murder, was also a top student. He won one of GW’s most prestigious research prizes as an undergraduate and worked in a bioengineering lab for nanomedicine and tissue engineering.