Priya Anand contributed to this report.
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Fraternity President Akhil Chandra said part of his chapter’s success was its presence across the city, including the Maryland and Virginia area, rather than limiting the chapter just to campus, and added that the awards were based on aspects like philanthropy, academics and involvement on campus.
Trump has “overwhelmed the presidential campaign conversation” online, but only 0.2 percent of that attention translated to traffic on his website, the report said.
- Experts question GW's test-optional shift August 3, 2015When GW announced Monday that it would no longer require applicants to submit SAT or ACT scores, University officials pitched the policy change as a way to attract “underrepresented” students. But amid a rising acceptance rate and financial struggles, experts are skeptical the plan will be effective.
- Fourth-year law student died of natural causes in November July 30, 2015His cause of death was an abnormal heart rhythm known as a cardiac arrhythmia, which can occur when electrical impulses coordinating heartbeats don’t work properly, according to the Mayo Clinic. The arrhythmia was due to hyponatremic dehydration, the medical examiner said.
- Recent alumnus remembered as compassionate, loyal and 'whip smart' June 25, 2015Keaton Marek was found dead at 24th and M streets. His professors said he was a compassionate and eager student, who was not afraid to debate his classmates. Marek graduated from GW with a degree in political science in May.
- What's the deal with the 'Superdorm?' June 9, 2015It’s a bird! It’s a crane! No, it’s Superdorm.
- Most surprising crimes of 2014-15 June 9, 2015The University's crime log documents some of the interesting and outlandish rule violations occurring on campus every week, in addition to giving students a heads up on the serious crimes that have happened.