It’s very scary and completely unacceptable that some professors don’t know where to direct students who confide in them about sexual assault.
January 20, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 23
Stories from the January 20, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
On numerous occasions, GW has decided to cut off the flow of information when circumstances took a turn for the worse. While this is an understandable reaction, it is hurting student trust more than helping maintain an image, and reduces everyone’s ability to find joint solutions.
Amid all the advice I know freshmen are getting right now, here are a couple off-beat, lesser-known tips from someone who’s been there.
After what owner Kirk Francis called a frustrating and taxing process that began in March, Captain Cookie plans to open as soon as it sets up tables and chairs on its second floor this week.
Coming off four straight wins by a double-digit margin and riding a 14-game winning streak, this year’s team looks like a contender for a conference championship, which yields an automatic bid, or an at-large selection from the tournament committee come March.
Jonathan Rogers wasn’t supposed to be on the Yellow Line last Monday afternoon. He accidentally hopped on what he thought was a Green Line train.
The organization now boasts more than 3,500 students who attend both varsity and club sporting events, but are best known for flocking to the Smith Center, cardboard fatheads of players’ faces in tow, for basketball games.
The University’s Colonial Health Center opened last week, but now the focus has shifted to how students and officials will get GW’s newest counseling program – which will likely be housed in the space – off the ground.
Nancy Bannister, a longtime employee in the University’s finance office and a lifelong dancer, died Dec. 27. She was 54 years old.
GW expects to start entertaining offers for the Fillmore, which has a $2.4 million mortgage, in April. Students will continue to take classes in the building until the end of the spring semester.