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TUESDAY:
This Week in History

WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY:
Campus Clubs Professor Profiles

FRIDAY:
Photos of the Week

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GWU misreports admissions

George Washington Uni-
versity misrepresented the
percentage of incoming fresh-
man who graduated in the
top 10 percent of their high
school classes, the GW Hatchet
reported on Thursday.
Though GWU reported that
78 percent of the school's 2015
class graduated at the top of
their respective classes, the
provost's office discovered an
error that indicated the actual
percentage was only 58 per-
cent.
Though Forrest Maltzman,
GWU's senior vice provost for
academic affairs and planning,
claimed the mistake was an
accident, it still has the poten-

tial to damage the university's
ranking by U.S. News & World
Report, which currently ranks
GWU 51st in the nation. The
strength of an incoming fresh-
man class is about 6 percent of
a school's total score.
YALE UNIVERSITY
ANNOUNCES NEW
PRESIDENT
On Thursday, the Yale
University governing board
announced that Yale Provost
Peter Salovey would succeed
Yale President Richard Levin
as university president begin-
ning in the fall, the Yale Daily
News reported Friday.

Salovey will become the
university's 23rd president.
The announcement was made
after the Presidential Search
Committee spent almost three
months searching for Levin's
replacement after Levin
announced his resignation in
August.
Salovey has served as Yale's
provost since 2008, but has
been affiliated with the univer-
sity since his days as a gradu-
ate student. He also served as a
professor and dean of Yale Col-
lege - the university's under-
graduate program - and the
Graduate School of Arts and
Sciences.
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The Indian American Student Association performs "Zas-
tana: The Pulse of Our Generation" at the Hill Auditorium on
Friday.

CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Wheel-y?
WHERE: West Quad
Residence Hall
WHEN: Friday at about'
4:40 p.m..
WHAT: Six students
received a verbal warning
for skateboarding outside
of West Quad, University
Police reported. They were
asked to leave.
Thief esc, no
return
WHERE: Modern
Languages Building
WHEN:Friday at about
11:05 p.m.
WHAT: Two laptops
were stolen from students
studying between 6:40 and
10:40 p.m., University Police
reported. There are no
suspects.

Crime
stats from
Michigan vs.
Northwestern
Game
WHERE: Michigan
Stadium
WHEN: Saturday
WHAT: The University's
Department of Public Safety
and its partners made two
arrests at Saturday's football
game, one for disorderly
conduct and one for minor
in possession of alcohol. 18
people were ejected from
the game: 10 for alcohol in
the stadium, 4 for disorderly
conduct and 4 for possessing
another's ID. Officers wrote
no citations. Emergency
personnel treated 43 people.

Prechter
lecture
WHAT:Distinguished
researchers will discuss
advancements in bipolar
genetics during the 6th
Annual Prechter Lecture.
WHO: The Depression
Center
WHEN: Today from 1 p.m.
to 5 p.m.
WHERE: Rackham
Graduate Library, 4th Floor
Ampitheater
Career help
WHAT: Recentgraudates
will discuss the startup
scene and give advice to
students on attaining a job
or internship in the startup
realm.
WHO:The Career Center
WHEN: Today at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Ross School
of Business Electronic
Education and Resource
Building, Room E0530

R2P debate
WHAT: Leading experts
in international law and
policy will debate the
merits behind the UN's
Responsibility to Protect
Doctrine, which encourages
international actors to
protect citizens in other
countries from human
rights abuses.
WHO: International Policy
Center
WHEN: Today at 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Weill Hall
Recovery,
architecture
WHAT: Landscape
architect Don Miskell will
discuss his involvement in
rebuilding a city in New
Zealand destroyed by an
earthquake in 2010, and the
environmental outcomes.
WHO: School of Natural
Resources and Environment
WHEN: Today at 5p.m.

A man walked into a
Detroit Police precinct
with a hand grenade in a
flower pot Friday, the Detroit
News reported. The man said
he found the explosive device
while cleaning his mother's
backyard. The bomb squad
disposed of the device.
2 The Michigan football
team stole an overtime
victory on the backs of
Devin Gardner and Roy
Roundtree on Saturday.
m> FOR MORE, SEE SPORTSMONDAY,
INSIDE
A sushi chef in a
Manhattan restaurant
was arrested after
gas he was hoarding in the
restaurant's kitchen ignited
and burned three workers,
the New York Daily News
reported. The canisters were
hidden in soy sauce buckets.

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