Student advocates and experts say University President Steven Knapp missed an opportunity to start a campus-wide conversation about sexual violence last week, when a statement from his office did not mention a sexual assault reported two days before in a Greek townhouse.
September 2, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 7
Stories from the September 2, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Student leaders have launched a campaign calling for former University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg to contribute seed funding for another sexual assault advocate on campus.
Last year, the men’s water polo team scored more than 11 goals per game on the way to its most successful season since 2006. But GW will now have to change its philosophy after losing four key seniors who scored 41 percent of the team’s goals.
Student Association President Nick Gumas is lobbying administrators to renovate the decades-old Multicultural Student Services Center building, where the ceiling has started to crumble and the basement has become inaccessible.
Destruction Medical Faculty Associates Building Loading Dock 8/20/14 – 4:10 p.m. Case closed A Medical Faculty Associates employee placed objects around a delivery van to prevent it from leaving. The employee then pushed a refrigerator into the vehicle, causing damage. – Subject arrested Breaking and Entering Vending Machine/Destruction Academic Center 8/22/14 – Unknown time Case […]
Graduate students need to be welcomed into the existing SA to avoid furthering the divide between the graduate and undergraduate student populations.
Students are in a relationship with GW, not a marriage. What is ours is not theirs, and students shouldn’t be a quick source of cash if the University bookstore underperforms.
Choosing a lawyer before a student advocate implies that the University is taking care of itself before it takes care of survivors.