After decades of quiet growth in Northern Virginia, GW and corporations are now ushering in a massive redrawing of the region that will create thousands of technology jobs and make Ashburn, Va. one of the world’s top tech epicenters.
May 12, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 2
Stories from the May 12, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Gelman Library could receive more than $300,000 for its collections budget pending approval from the Board of Trustees. It would be the library’s first collections budget increase in a decade.
Faculty leaders will push the Board of Trustees to add at least $1 million to the University’s budget to cover more employee health care costs after two years of skyrocketing out-of-pocket payments.
Former UPD officer Aaron Johnson was fired two years ago after supervisors said he did not properly document his sick days. But Johnson said he was terminated in retaliation for a string of complaints he lodged against his supervisor Sgt. Christopher Brown.
Sometimes, in the midst of all of the complaining about the University, it’s easy to forget that there are thousands of alumni who dealt with the same issues long before we came here. Now, many are doing great for themselves, and they haven’t forgotten about us.
UPD needs to be controlled, contained and, above all, better managed, and in finding a solution, the University must not leave a single resource untapped. Something drastic needs to be done to repair one of the most important departments on campus.
The new model, set to roll out in 2015, will replace the current unified budget model that envisions costs for each individual school and faculty called inefficient and unclear.
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