Gelman Library’s collections budget will likely increase for the first time for a decade next year.
November 11, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 17
Stories from the November 11, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
On the first day to pick up nominating petitions, D.C. Council member Vincent Orange jumped into the race, joining three fellow city legislators and six others in an election clouded by incumbent Vincent Gray’s silence on whether he will seek reelection.
If you realized, like I did long ago, that Chinatown is a subpar Asian “cultural” locale, Eden Center can fill the vacancy.
This won’t bring about transparency and won’t create a utopia of shared governance. The move would be counterproductive, unnecessary and unjustified.
Attracting big gifts in countries like China and South Korea poses steep challenges, higher education philanthropy experts say. University fundraisers will have to break down cultural aversions to donating and control travel costs, while convincing donors to help fund an educational mission that’s playing out thousands of miles away.
Eight of the 15 cases of harassment reported to the University Police Department this fall have involved electronic devices, which counts texts, emails, messages from social media sites and phone calls.
It’s discouraging that Knapp did not share any specifics about the potential move with students, but his support is still good news. Students will benefit from easier access to these essential resources, like regular check ups, HIV testing and counseling services.
When she first walked on campus about three years ago, Elena Kim didn’t sport any of the telltale signs of a U.S. Army veteran, like a buzz cut, combat boots or military-themed apparel.
Highlights from the University’s crime log.