Both teams showed noticeable improvement at the Patriot Invitational, having had a short break since their last meet against Towson two weeks ago. The program will trek to Puerto Rico for its annual winter break trip, undergoing some intensive training as the swimmers look towards Atlantic 10 Championships in February.
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.
You could see the curtains slowly start to close on the women’s volleyball team’s season midway through the third set of their semifinal match against VCU Saturday. GW’s communication started to unravel, balls fell between players and uncharacteristic errors cost the team down the stretch – all contributing to the Colonials’ straight-sets loss to the […]
GW’s top security official admitted Friday that police mishandled two separate reports of men with guns on campus this month, revealing what officers describe as flawed communication with city police.
The pressure is on at the end of the semester thanks to more than just final exams — it’s time to face the daunting task of buying gifts for friends and family. Whether you’re shopping for the family members who always has the latest iPhone, the music enthusiast with a penchant for obscure bands or the wild card friend, get inspiration from The Hatchet’s gift guide.
Veterans can struggle to translate experiences in the military into points employers look for.
GW decided to no longer count an estimated $25 million worth of projects from the Innovation Task Force this semester because their dollar-earning potential was unrealistic. The new projections soften the ITF’s rapid success that administrators have trumpeted in front of faculty, deans and the Board of Trustees over the past year.
Events occurring at GW this week.
Media Credit: Jesse Gurney
A team of researchers led by a GW professor made a big discovery: a 2,700-year old cellar that held the equivalent of 3,000 bottles of wine.
GW tells students that these scheduled conversations can only benefit them. But here’s what the University is leaving out: Current students transferring between GW’s colleges typically don’t have that option.