Drug Law Violation/Liquor Law Violation Mitchell Hall 1/27/15 – 11:45 a.m. Case closed Campus police responded to assist with an administrative search being conducted by housing staff. The search yielded 1.8 grams of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and alcohol. – Referred for disciplinary action Robbery Pick Pocket/Credit Card Fraud 2000 Pennsylvania Ave. (Au Bon Pain) 1/28/15 […]
February 9, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 26
Stories from the February 9, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Information from Business Insider.
Head coach Gregg Ritchie had a fairly strict clean-shave rule during his first two seasons with the Colonials. But after slow starts plagued the team both years, he decided to loosen things up.
A wireless leak last semester resulted in 30 GWIDs and passwords downloading onto a research lab computer from GW1X, which could have compromised academic and personal information.
For the 50th anniversary of Martha’s Marathon this month, students won’t have the chance to outbid each other by hundreds or thousands of dollars for the best rooms GW offers.
The White House estimates that sexual assault can cost a survivor between $87,000 and more than $240,000 on top of the emotional toll that is difficult to quantify, reports say.
My phone is an alarm clock, notebook and map all comfortably situated in my pocket. But one thing I could not do from my phone when I tried was find a date through Tinder.
I signed up for an OkCupid account and called myself “homeless_heidi.” My bio stated that I was a female student looking to spend New Year’s in the city and needed a place to stay.
I am about to experience the dreaded day for single people, going stag for the first time since those awkward, braces-clad and bronzer-less years of middle school.
Defining terms from vehicular booty calling to GLP.