Led by Mills’ 17 points, the Explorers sliced through GW’s 1-3-1 zone defense, which Lonergan went to when forward Kevin Larsen quickly got into foul trouble.
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GW’s balanced offensive attack waltzed around Georgia (6-6) defenders, made possible by seven rebounds from forward Isaiah Armwood, and six apiece by sophomore Patricio Garino and Savage.
There’s a unconscious connection between people who are studying, working or living at GW. Most of us make this place part of our lives because, like the University’s old tagline used to say, “something happens here.”
ProPublica, an investigative news organization, named The Hatchet’s story on GW’s misrepresentation of an admissions policy one of the best pieces of education reporting of 2013.
We’ve put together a bit of what to expect about life in Foggy Bottom and at GW. There’s more to it than just living a few blocks from the White House.
A database created last week by the Chronicle of Higher Education provides deeper look into that salary.
The GW Hatchet, an independent student newspaper, is seeking to hire a highly motivated, innovative and creative individual to serve as its advertising director.
Two of GW’s most prominent alumni talked about putting a roof on Nationals Park – and it didn’t go well
Maybe Nationals owner Ted Lerner thought he could use his GW connection to convince Mayor Vincent Gray to pay for a $300 million retractable roof on Nationals Park. But Gray, a 1964 alumnus, laughed off the idea.