November 4, 2013

Volume 110, Issue 16

Stories from the November 4, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

R&B singer Solange commands stage, gets personal with Lisner crowd

There was no hesitation with the young and talented R&B singer, and with her soothing vocals leading the band, her sound was as electrifying as it was impressive. Most famously known as Beyoncé’s younger sister, Solange strutted back and forth across the stage, exuding complete confidence and commanding the performance with her back-up band.

The first draft of a women’s basketball recruiting masterpiece

As perfect additions to GW’s canvas, Shannon Cranshaw, Hannah Schaible and Caira Washington assemble as the second-year coach’s inaugural class. They plan to outwork and outrun their opponents as the players transition up the court and the program looks to transition into a winning era.

In Lonergan’s third season, question marks hang over high hopes

Rebuilding: The word on everyone’s lips two years ago when head coach Mike Lonergan was hired to lead the men’s basketball program. It wasn’t a sign of desperation or hopelessness, though, as it usually is for big-time sports teams, just an honest realization for a program that hasn’t felt much pressure to “win now” lately. […]

Scams flood GW email addresses

The number of online scams flooding email inboxes at GW has nearly quadrupled over two years as hacks grow increasingly sophisticated and deceptive, the University’s top technology official said.