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2A - Monday, October 29, 2012

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0n Oter" ow This Week in History 'Campus Clubs Prof
DC school asks court to dismiss case

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BUILDING THE BEAT

George Washington Uni-
versity has asked a Districc of
Columbia courc to throw out a
$1.3 million lawsuit in which a
janitorial employee alleges she
was harassed and discriminated
against by a GW Police officer
due to her race and gender, the
GW Hatchet reported Thursday.
Rebecca Ashitey, a native of
Ghana, alleges that an officer-
named J. Cates in the suit - has
repeatedly stopped her at the
entrance to her place of work,
such as her name, social secu-
rity number and GW identifica-
tion number. She also alleges
that, in October 2011, the officer
assaulted and arrested her when
she bypassed his questioning to

enter a building.
GW lawyers claim Ashitey
has not followed the proper pro-
tocol for filinig a lawsuit.
MTV CONNECTS
GEORGETOWN TO OBAMA
Students at Georgetown Uni-
versity participated in MTVs
"Power of 12" campaign this
week, which focuses on promot-
ing the election through giving
students the opportunity to ask
candidates question, accord-
ing to an a .Friday article in the
Hoya.
Georgetown students were
e-mailed a week in advance
and encouraged to submit their

questions for consideration for
the show, which was hosted on
Georgetown's campus by MTV
news correspondent Andrew
Jenks.
"I was impressed at how
articulate everyone was," Jenks
said in the article. "They knew
the issues and were very specif-
ic in what they wanted to hear
from the President."
MTV-also hopes to conduct a
similar interview session with
Republican presidential nomi-
nee Mitt Romney prior to Rlec-
tion Day.
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ADAM RUBENFIRE

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Liaoning University pertorms at the Power Center on
Saturday.

CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
'Cloud Atlas' Architecture

Lift off
WHERE: 1211 Ripke Drive
WHEN: Thursday at 4 p.m.
WHAT: A University
service vehicle was struck
by a sky lift, University
police reported. The
vehicle was damaged in the
accident but there were no
injuries.
Athlete
impersonation
WHERE: IM Building
WHEN: Thursday at about
4:15 p.m.
WHAT: The IM staff
repossessed an MCard after
discovering the picture on'
the card did not match the
person attempting to use it,
University Poice reported.

No shirt, no
service
WHERE: University Hospital
WHENT: Thursday at about
9:4S a.m.
WHAT: A shirt was
reportedly stolen from the
hospital gift shop, University
Police reported. There are
currently no suspects.
Medical
marijuana
WHERE: University Hospital
WHEN: Friday at about 2:45
WHAT: A patient was
found in possession of a
small amount of marijuana,
University Police reported.
The marijuana was
confiscated from the patient's
bag.

reading
WHAT: David Mitchell,
the author of' Cloud
Atlas,' will read excerpts
of his novels and sign
autographs. Mitchell is a
Zell Distinguished Writer in
Residence.
WHO: MFA Program in
Creative Writing
WHEN: Tonight at 6 p.m.
WHERE: University of
Michigan Museum of Art

lecture
WHAT: Francois Roche,
the founder of the
architecture organization
R&Sie(n), will lecture on
the contradictions and
aesthetics of architecture.
WHO: A. Alfred Taubman
College of Architecture +
Urban Planning
WHEN: Tonight at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Art and
Architecture Building

Ito an effort to thwart
an attempted robbery, a
Subway employee threw
a pot of soup in the would-be
robber's face,cthe Chicago Sun-
Times reported. The suspect,
who was wearing a ghost
mask, ran to a waiting vehicle
and escaped.
2 Denard Robinson
went down and the
Wolverines' defense
couldn't hold off the
Hunkers. Michigan fell, 23-9.
" FOE MORE, SEE SPORTSMONDAY,.
INSIDE
After an argument
~over an eviction
notice, a 38-year-old
woman threw hot wax in her
boyfriend'sface and bit him in
the jaw, the South Florida Sun
Sentinal reported. The angry
Floridian then punched him
in the face.

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MI favorite Zombie walk
comic for charity

WHAT: Students interested
in practicing their standup
routines participate in'
the MI Favorite Comic
competition.
WHO:Center for Campus
Involvement
WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m.
WHERE: The Michigan
League Underground

WHAT: At the second
annual Walk of the Dead,
students can dress as
zombies in order to raise
money for the Michigan
Food Gatherers Society and
celebrate Halloween.
WHO: Phi Sigma Fi
WHEN: Tonight at 8 p.m.
WHERE: The Diag

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