Dayton would shoot a staggering 85.7 percent from the line, going 15-15 from the charity stripe in the second half alone.
January 27, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 23
Stories from the January 27, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Offering rape kits and nurses to perform these tests just might convince survivors to come forward. They’ll know that after an examination, they can prove that they’re telling the truth and have evidence against the nearly inevitable slut-shaming claims.
Laurence Bolotin, the executive director of Zeta Beta Tau’s national organization, said the training will allow members of the Greek community to protect themselves and support each other.
The Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity voted to disband its GW chapter after national officials threatened to expel multiple students for alleged misconduct, its president said Wednesday.
The 29-year-old told The Hatchet how she is preparing mentally and physically for the games. Here’s what she said Monday in a Skype interview from her hotel room in Germany, the last stop on her way to the Olympics.
A hard fall on his right side early in the first half and several subsequent beatings going for layups and loose balls apparently tipped his nagging injury over the edge. Athletics communications officials said Thursday afternoon that they didn’t have an update on McDonald’s status.
At GW, where convenience and location is everything, it may seem like a daring choice to take the long walk instead of settling for the nearby spot. But it’s really just the smart choice for any student deciding where to drown their burrito bowl in smoked Tabasco chipotle sauce.
At the Fillmore Tuesday night, an echoing, throwback voiceover warned the crowd, “Don’t you know that bad girls go to hell?” Of course, that set off the lyrics to everyone’s favorite makeout song, “Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off.”
A GW research team will use a nearly $15 million grant to work toward a major breakthrough combating biological and chemical terrorism, speeding up scientists’ responses to global crises like anthrax breakouts.
To improve compliance, Ellis said she will focus on connecting faculty and staff with GW’s free quitting programs as well as promoting the policy with more on-campus signs this semester.