It was the biggest win for GW basketball in almost a decade – its first win over a ranked opponent since 2005. The 60-53 upset should inject even more confidence into the 6-1, well-balanced Colonials.
November 25, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 19
Stories from the November 25, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Marquette buried GW with three-point baskets Friday, silencing a Colonials team that could not claw back from an early deficit in the semifinals of the Wooden Legacy tournament.
With his team down 59-57 and the shot clock down to four, McDonald sent the Wooden Legacy first-round game to overtime with a soft running lay up off the glass.
Media Credit: Photo by Flickr user Marquette University Marquette’s cheerleaders rally Golden Eagles fans last season. GW will likely face Marquette if the Colonials win their first round game. What: Wooden Legacy tournament When: Thursday-Sunday Where: Fullerton, Calif. and Anaheim, Calif. GW’s 4-0 start has come against mostly beatable teams, but the wins have shown […]
Chipotle is an outlier on a campus where nearly every food vendor has signed on to GW’s meal plan. Its resistance underlines the fact that the GWorld system creates more trouble than it’s worth.
But amid all this talk about economic robustness and record-breaking spending, those who paint a rosy picture of post-recession America are looking at the wrong metrics.
Kaur, president of the Sikh Student Association, said the first installment of the book and film series – which featured a villain who wore a turban – sparked grade-school taunts that she and other Sikhs deflected for years.
Highlights from the University’s crime log.
Financial aid policies are some of the most consequential for students seeking higher education, and the smallest changes can have substantial impacts that the school should not take lightly.