The Colonials don’t have the kind of superstars that will have announcers drooling and opponents dreading. Instead, the first GW NCAA Tournament team since 2007 is back in the spotlight because of a steady starting five and a habit of finding the right man to step up at the right time.
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.
Where are the best places around the District to grab a macaron? We rate Kafe Leopold, Macaron Bee and Olivia’s Macaron
José Andrés, who was named the best chef in North America three years ago, is already a familiar face on campus after teaching a course on food justice last year.
After becoming just the second team ever to win 16 Atlantic Coast Conference regular season games, the top-seeded Cavaliers avenged a January loss to Duke by defeating the Blue Devils, 72-63, in the ACC Tournament title game.
The man who gave the public health school tens of millions of dollars was a billionaire philanthropist, yes. But he was also a billionaire crook.
Making the decision to remove the academic credit option wouldn’t just be a way for GW reduce its administrative costs and deal with less paperwork. Actually, it’s a high-minded idea that would make the University a centerpiece in the emerging cultural conversation on the immorality of unpaid internships.
The GW Business School fell nine slots to No. 65 while the the Graduate School of Education and Human Development slipped 11 slots to No. 55.
Media Credit: GW Media Relations. Public health school dean Lynn Goldman speaks with philanthropist and financier Mike Milken at an alumni event in New York, N.Y. last October. Updated: March 11 at 12:57 a.m. The public health school will receive $80 million to boost research and scholarships over the next five years, a burst of […]
A website has the potential to truly damage recruitment efforts for Greek life. Here’s what I mean: At GW, not all hazing is created equal.
The return from the sun-drenched respite of spring break can be tough, but these shows come just in time to re-inject fun into your routine even with classes back in session.