Assistant photo editor Cameron Lancaster was on the baseline to capture GW’s first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2007.
March 20, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 29
Stories from the March 20, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Not all stories have a happy ending.
The last game in the season for GW, a last bad taste in the mouth of GW fans, but one that shouldn’t ruin the memories of the year. Just as one heave from behind the arc that landed wide, shouldn’t tarnish the season that Maurice Creek put together.
University Police Department chief Kevin Hay confirmed that UPD had received a complaint from a male student that the accused student “was looking at inappropriate material on a computer and behaving inappropriately.”
As your NCAA Tournament bracket starts to bust – maybe you should have put more faith in Harvard or Dayton today – the GW men’s basketball team is looking to bust the bracket of its well-known neighbor.
This isn’t just the men’s basketball team’s first visit to the NCAA Tournament in seven years. It’s also this student body’s first chance to experience the frenzy that is the big dance. Diehard fans will have already had multiple brackets filled, while new fans have begun blooming like cherry blossoms – all with the same hope that the Colonials still have a few more wins left in them.
The associate director of military and veteran student services and two graduate students will participate in the Bataan Memorial Death March in memory of U.S. Army Col. Melvin Rosen, a survivor of the infamous march who studied at GW after he returned home from World War II.
About 20 students spent their spring break in Detroit, working with local groups to help lift the city out of its economic collapse.
The University Counseling Center and Student Health Service will empty out their K Street offices and move to the heart of campus over the next year, an unanticipated and costly relocation that comes after months of heavy student lobbying.
The “Bacon Brothers Band” will take the stage at Lisner Auditorium on Saturday as part of a Stand for the Troops concert event. It will be the first time the event will take place in the District.