If you’ve walked down M Street in West End recently, you may have noticed a new boutique fitness studio, boldly located adjacent to the old standby, Soulcycle.
When I got hired as The Hatchet’s sports editor, I knew what I was signing up for. What I didn’t know, though, was why I was signing up for it.
Lana Robins volunteers as an intern with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia in the office’s Anti-Trafficking office.
There are more than a few parallels to GW’s recent championship in the National Invitation Tournament in The Blue Team, a new book from alumnus Peter Young.
The National Invitation Tournament Champion men’s basketball team was honored by the D.C. Council Tuesday with a resolution congratulating the team.
You might not know it, but there’s a potential top draft pick walking around campus. Jonquel Jones, a senior forward on the women’s basketball team, is projected to go high in the first round.
If there’s been a face of the GW men’s basketball team over the past four years, it’s been Joe McDonald – and he’s your pick for best male athlete.
The Colonials turned things around and won the first postseason championship in program history, beating Valparaiso in the NIT Finals.
GW won its first National Invitation Tournament Championship in team history Thursday night, topping Valparaiso 76-60 in Madison Square Garden.
With a 65-56 win over San Diego State Tuesday night in Madison Square Garden, GW punched its ticket to the National Invitation Tournament’s finals.