Thousands of students flocked to the White House Monday to celebrate the death of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. President Barack Obama said American forces swarmed a compound in Pakistan Sunday and killed bin Laden, prompting a mass of students to rush to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
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- Student Association finance committee helps fund music groups after cuts to department April 27, 2015The financial boost is one of the more prominent acts of student support for GW’s music programs after the cuts, following a month of student organized protests, including a 16- hour-long concert and a massive social media campaign.
- Crime log April 27, 2015Drug Law Violation/Liquor Law Violation
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- National Hindu organization criticizes Knapp's response to swastika postings April 27, 2015The group said the symbol may have been incorrectly connected to anti-semitism, because it is a sacred symbol in religions like Hinduism and Buddhism.
- To build on international focus, University turns to South Korea April 27, 2015After pulling away from major plans to launch a campus in China more than a year ago, GW might be turning to one of its global alumni hotspots — South Korea.