Three convicted for sexual assault

The University found three students guilty of sexual assault violations last academic year, the highest number of students determined guilty in three years. Two of the students were suspended and one was expelled, Assistant Dean of Students Tara Pereira said. During the 2009-2010 academic year, one out of the three students charged with sexual assault […]

GW earns perfect score on fiscal test

The Department of Education awarded the University a perfect score on a fiscal responsibility test for 2010 which helps in determining the financial standing of all for-profit and nonprofit institutions receiving Title IV federal aid.

UPD to monitor residence hall access

The University Police Department is cracking down on who can enter residence halls across campus. UPD is “evaluating security in residence halls” and placing a greater emphasis on tightening access to buildings, Chief Kevin Hay said. The emphasis on stemming incidents of piggybacking – when an individual follows a building resident inside – comes a […]

Small fraternities see chapter growth

Fewer men accepted bids during the Interfraternity Council’s rush this year, but the population of men in Greek life still reached an all-time high after the invitations were accepted. The participating 15 chapters welcomed 276 new members after last week’s rush process, just slightly down from the 285 men that accepted bids last fall. The […]