When squash head coach Wendy Lawrence traveled to a showcase at Princeton University two summers ago to recruit, she was determined to find players who could take her women’s team to the next level. At that tournament was a 5-foot tall high school junior from Bogotá, Colombia named Anna Gabriela Porras. Her aggressive style and […]
April 11, 2013
Volume 109, Issue 54
Stories from the April 11, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Junior Henry Morillo created GWTV’s second ever sitcom “Gender Neutral,” which premiered Wednesday.
Cheers erupted as the bamboo poles stopped pounding into the ground and dancers ceased their quick-paced hops between them.
Asserting their composure and focus from the start, the Colonials scored five unanswered runs in the first four innings against the Mountaineers.
Ben Vinson, at 42, could bring energy and enthusiasm as GW’s youngest dean, providing a fresh and innovative perspective from which the Columbian College could benefit.
The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences must add a computer science component to its core requirements.
The Colonials had just begun to think that their 0-9 start to the season was a mirage. In a year when the team picked up a seasoned coaching staff and a spruced up stadium meant to reinvigorate their program, the baseball team christened Barcroft Park in conference play with three straight Atlantic 10 series wins. […]
The University Police Department logged three times as many liquor law violations during Sunday’s Spring Fling concert than during Fall Fest and last year’s spring show. Twelve students were charged with liquor law violations in University Yard starting at about 6 p.m., compared to three violations in the Smith Center during last April’s Spring Fling. […]
Food truck owners have mounted a fundraising and publicity campaign in the face of proposed regulations that could cut down mobile eateries’ parking options and tack on thousands of dollars in fines. The potential legislation would limit trucks to park only in certain areas – including one spot along H Street from 20th to 22nd […]