Wallis’ goal led to another in the second half, as a more fluid offense came alive, leading the Colonials to a 3-1 win over the Bison. GW would compile 15 shots in the night, seven on goal, and 11 corner kicks.
September 23, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 10
Stories from the September 23, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
By Nora Princiotti | Hatchet Reporter Tyler Ranalli plays every game to prove a point: He is not the same young player on a losing team. The senior co-captain is lighting up the stat sheet for the Colonials this year, amassing half the team’s goals thus far. His drive to succeed, he said, may come […]
Holding cutouts of their chapter letters and clad in neon t-shirts, nearly 25 percent more women accepted invitations to join one of Panhellenic Association’s 11 chapters this year after turnout slumped last fall.
Mona Bernard, a 54-year-old black woman, claims GW hired a less-qualified white woman and is demanding the University award her compensation for the pay she would have received.
Neither team could find a rhythm in either overtime period, as the uptempo pace by both teams tapered the other from taking a shot.
After a successful career for the Fighting Irish, Ryck still has NCAA eligibility running cross country, and she plans to soak it up.
Feminism is a word with negative connotations and those who subscribe to it are often viewed as extremists. That’s a disturbing misconception considering how far women’s equality still has to go.
The University launched “GWupstart” last week and hired a social entrepreneurship coordinator who will lead workshops and advise students competing for a total of $65,000 in cash prizes over the next three years.
Eleven workers claim the company, BRAVO! Building Services, fired them and then withheld more than $13,000 in wages after they cleaned residence hall rooms for about three weeks this May.
Highlights from the University’s crime log.