The University will go to court early next month to reclaim almost $20,000 in loan defaults from former students.
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.
The 1993 Colonials team – which improbably went from last pick into the tournament to a Sweet 16 finalist that stuck with Michigan’s Fab Five down to the final minute – didn’t just stoke a fan base and generate national excitement. It helped change the University for good.
Armwood and his frontcourt mate, Atlantic 10 most-improved player Kevin Larsen, made themselves known in the paint and solidified their spots as one of the best inside tandems in the conference.
The women’s team took down East Carolina Wednesday night in the first round of the Women’s NIT, a dive into the postseason that is a testament to the program’s turnaround.
That’s why we’re here. Even if you haven’t been paying attention – or know very little about college basketball – we’ll answer these questions from the bandwagon.
The educational policy committee will propose the resolution Friday, the first faculty-led effort to improve the University’s graduation rate, which shows that one out of five students do not graduate within six years.
GW has not yet decided whether to add more make-up days this spring after canceling three and a half days of classes, a spokeswoman said this week.
Voles said she wanted to take advantage of the A-10 tournament in particular, making it similar to the large advertising campaign GW unveiled last year surrounding President Barack Obama’s Inauguration.
With a lull in action before GW makes their return to the Tournament, now is a good time to reflect on the most memorable moments in the most memorable season of the last seven years.
Combine the total NCAA Tournament experience of the players on the men’s basketball team and the math is pretty simple: two players, two games, 10 minutes played and zero points scored.