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Eight Greek life chapters have been sanctioned for violations to GW’s code of conduct since January, according to an update to GW’s sanction website Friday.
Chuck Todd led a panel of political experts to discuss the 2016 campaign in front of a packed crowd in the Jack Morton Auditorium Wednesday night.
Local officials called off the search for Nicholas Upton, his parents said. Upton was last seen swimming in the East Cape Province on Sunday, Aug. 30 at about 10:30 p.m. local time.
- 3-D printers bring cutting-edge technology to Gelman September 3, 2015The library will unveil two 3-D printers later this month, University Librarian Geneva Henry said in an interview. The printers are part of a larger plan to expand technology in Gelman Library.
- Changes coming to GW's official smartphone app September 3, 2015SA President Andie Dowd and Executive Vice President Casey Syron hope to create a new app for 4-RIDE.
- Sophomore sets lofty goals in campaign for seat on local advisory group September 3, 2015One GW student is hoping to bring a student perspective to Foggy Bottom’s Advisory Neighborhood Commission.
- Neighbors: responder program a 'step in the right direction' September 3, 2015Neighbors are willing to give the University’s new neighborhood response program a try.
- In Lerman departure, faculty and officials lose 'even-handed' leader August 31, 2015As the University prepares for the provost’s departure and a search for a new official, faculty say Lerman leaves big shoes to fill.