Overwhelmed. That was GW men's basketball coach Karl Hobbs's assessment of his team in Saturday's 69-51 loss at Charlotte.
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
The winning formula for GW's women's basketball team this season has been finding the right mixture of veteran experience in the frontcourt and underclassmen in the backcourt.
It's a new year and a new women's lacrosse season, but GW's team still seems to be dealing with the same problems.
Senior Liz Bettinger never knew that a chance course she applied for after its deadline would turn into her thesis.
With flu season in full swing, students need to reinforce their antiviral defenses in order to ward off the common cold. But a major step in overcoming a cold is differentiating fact from myth.
Why lose your virginity? Because it's awesome.
Musicians Jason Mraz and Ben Folds co-headlined a concert in the venue which drew crowds estimated at 3,800 and had students lining up early in the afternoon to secure prime seats.
A student found in possession of ecstasy and marijuana in his Mitchell Hall room last month has been charged in Superior Court, according to court documents.
Her book may be called "The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama," but bestselling author and journalist Gwen Ifill said she started her project thinking Barack Obama was going to lose the election.
The School of Medicine and Health Sciences announced the details of a corrective action plan last week that they hope - once implemented - will convince their accrediting body to overturn the school's probation.
A prominent professor in the GW School of Public Health and Health Sciences is under scrutiny this week because of allegations that he knowingly misled people about the safety of the District's water while under contract with the city's main water utility.
The Board of Trustees approved a 3 percent tuition increase at their meeting on Friday, as well as a $13 million boost to financial aid in response to the worsening economic climate.
Only bulldozers and construction trailers are visible today, but Pelham Hall will soon be one of the school's most innovative residence halls.
The Board of Trustees approved Sen. Edward Kennedy as eligible to receive an honorary degree during their meeting Friday, a possible indication that the legislator could play a role in the spring Commencement ceremonies.
After a two-week battle over registration requirements for the upcoming Student Association elections, the SA Court ultimately had the final say last week.
Most students try to avoid dangerous situations in the District. For senior Imran Faruqi, it's all part of his job.
In the past month, our campus has been assaulted with three high-profile robberies. In terms of information, transparency and action, the University Police Department has not met its obligations to students.
If the Student Association was this motivated about mandatory J Street dining, we would have at least a four-star restaurant in place of J Street Café by now.
I just can't tear myself away from Facebook, which is why I don't bring my laptop to any of my classes. It takes my focus off of the professor.
Our school has a strong tradition of having no traditions. This doesn't have to be the case for a University that has the full weight of a founding father and a revolution to draw upon for inspiration.
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Sitting in a circle on the ground, a group of complete strangers from all over the world shared their thoughts and experiences on love and relationships in honor of Valentine's Day.
A panel of experts told a group of aspiring consultants that with the right skills, attitude and preparation, they can still land the job of their dreams.
Members of the GW STAND student organization gathered in front of the State Department Friday to protest the genocide in Darfur in anticipation of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's trip to China.
Dozens of students were "married" Friday in mock ceremonies performed in University Yard to show their support for marriage equality.
Four scholars and leaders discussed the evolution of black leadership from the early days of slavery to the election of Barack Obama at a forum Monday.