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.
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.
Phrases like “At GW, students have a front row seat to the world’s stage” don’t exactly represent the math department. But if the goal is to bring in the most money possible, then a campaign that uses broad and somewhat vague language is the best move.
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.
Forbidden Planet Productions presents its 19th annual “Rocky Horror Picture Show” Nov. 7-9, a production that is just as much about its outrageous cast as it is about the audience.
Student Association Sen. Marshall Cohen, CCAS-U, will introduce a bill Monday that asks the University to buy more blue lights and improve the visibility of existing ones. But University Police Department Chief Kevin Hay said the system is well maintained – and rarely used to report crime.
Garino, a teammate of Cartagena’s at Montverde Academy in Florida just a year ago, was not there only to cheer on his old team. He had come to entice Cartagena to Foggy Bottom in part because of a strong bond the two developed at the prep school near Orlando.
Nearly a quarter more students were rushed to the hospital for drinking this fall compared to the same period last year, an increase that is concerning top officials across the University as they try to understand the cause of the trend.
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. […]
Fifteen professors have signed on to lend their expertise to a city-wide group that’s pushing to make D.C. a better place for elderly people to call home.
With one final season of eligibility and a report of good health, Maurice Creek is now a graduate student expected to compete for a starting spot at GW, as he works to create some new numbers for people to remember him by.