The fifth-year forward led the Colonials to their first win over a top-10 team since they bested the Golden Bears in the second round of the 2008 NCAA Tournament.
November 18, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 18
Stories from the November 18, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Disorderly Conduct Square 80 11/7/13 – 10:17 a.m. Case closed The University Police Department responded to a complaint of a man who had urinated next to a bench. – Subject barred Simple Assault 1957 E St. 11/7/13 – 2 p.m. Case closed A student reported to UPD that he and his professor had gotten into […]
I’ve had to come to grips recently with the fact that I’m blatantly spitting in the face of the GW gods. I’m not studying abroad.
With the solid win came over a Manhattan team that was picked to win the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference this season. Suddenly, the Colonials’ role in that tournament would be more than just a schedule-filler.
Dian Nugraheni made sure to capture silly and absurd parts of her story in her book, “This is America, Beibeh!” which was recently published in Indonesia.
Don’t let our colloquial use of “Facebook stalking” dilute the more serious consequences.
GW’s new budgeting system will helps schools better project the future costs and payoffs of expanding programs.
GW School of Business faculty voted Friday to ease the core curriculum requirements for its master of business administration program, a move they said will free up students’ schedules for electives.
On the surface, GW’s workplace culture report sounds like progress. But a closer look at the language shows that the recommendations were wrought with padded language and loopholes.
If we’re going to boast about how great our city is, we can’t sit idly by when we see injustice. We can’t simultaneously trumpet the city’s strengths while blindly ignoring its weaknesses.