Students chanted in the Marvin Center during a closed session of the board meeting.
A student was the victim of an armed robbery near campus Thursday night, a University spokeswoman confirmed Thursday.
Laptop thefts, which have been in both residence halls and academic buildings, all remain unsolved.
Students should have gotten more consistent updates about the steps police were taking – even if they just told us that investigations were ongoing.
Fewer students were arrested or referred to GW’s disciplinary action office last year for drug violations.
A report of a potential shooting Tuesday night turned out to be unfounded, GW’s top safety official said.
Officers from the University and Metropolitan police departments responded to a possible shooting at 20th and F streets Tuesday night.
The number of reported on-campus burglaries nearly doubled from 2014 to 2015, a spike the UPD chief attributed to a change in how police classify the crime.
Twelve of those burglaries from last year were reported to the Metropolitan Police Department, compared to the year before where all 11 burglaries were reported directly to the University Police Department.
UPD is trying to be more transparent about crimes on campus, but accessing the crime log falls on students – and that means that less people are reading it.