Close examination of the stat sheet revealed that yet again the Colonials’ balanced scoring attack was the reason for Foggy Bottom celebrations. Balanced in scoring and passing as GW had 23 assists on 26 made field goals.
February 3, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 24
Stories from the February 3, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Though the Porras sisters ended up in the same place, their collegiate squash journeys started very differently. With Alejandra by her side this year, Anna has knocked off the No. 4 player in the country.
Gelman Library is looking to bring more high-profile special collections to campus.
This is the time when you finally have to tell your non-clothes-washing, non-pants-wearing, questionable-judgement-on-sexual-partners roommate that there is no way in hell their name will be on a lease next yours again.
The recent deluge of political thrillers, dramas and comedies set in D.C. take advantage of all the natural intrigue of the nation’s capital. But although the D.C. acts as muse, series like “Veep,” “Scandal” and others find filming in Baltimore a suitable substitute.
Before future GW students graduate, they could be required to prove leadership skills they gained from running student organizations or community service projects and create a portfolio of their experiences.
Angela Esquivel, a coordinator at the Center for Student Engagement, knows firsthand how friends and families can help, or hinder, survivors as they try to heal.
The University’s office of military and veteran student services has launched a peer support program to ease the transition for more than 130 students this spring. The program – called Transition, Assistance, Guidance and Support, or TAGS – tries to tailor the military culture that student veterans know well to the world of higher education. […]
Council member Jack Evans has touted Nationals Park as a symbol of economic development during his campaign for mayor. But economic experts who have studied publicly financed parks – like the $690 million Nationals Park – say D.C. lawmakers like Evans have overhyped the deal to score political points.
As Cone E. Island, a staple on campus for almost three decades, prepares to shut its doors in March, students remember it as a unique hangout spot now being surrounded by chain restaurants.