Professor remembers Gates as Hoya
Another Hoya alumni will be taking a place in the ranks of government when Robert Gates is confirmed by the Senate as the new Secretary of Defense for the Bush Administration.
Jaw broken outside Lauinger
A Georgetown student suffered a broken jaw in a fight near Village A early Saturday morning. A second victim allegedly sustained lacerations to his back in the same on-campus attack.
GW sued by family of murdered student
Online Only—The family of a young man killed in 2005 at a George Washington University party has filed a wrongful death suit against the University and the organization which sponsored the event, the GW Hatchet reported this week.
PSM Conference attendee sues Jack DeGioia
An Orthodox Jewish man has filed an $8 million lawsuit against Georgetown University, claiming he was injured while attending the Palestine Solidarity Movement’s national conference held here last year, the Canada Free Press reported.
In a move that affects Georgetown students who live off-campus, the Washington Area Sewage Authority has announced that it is increasing the rates charged for its services, effective Oct. 1.
Campus workers unionize, get raises
In the early morning hours of Sept. 6, the campus custodial employees of P&R Enterprises voted to accept their first union contract, improving their wages and benefits and bringing to an end a five-plus year campaign for union recognition and a living wage.