Thomsen and Svensson’s contributions helped the Colonials win their second-ever conference championship and qualify for a first-ever appearance at the NCAA Championship Tournament.
April 28, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 1
Stories from the April 28, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Athletes this season hauled in conference honors and set program records, and many teams made giant leaps from just last year.
Did you know that about 90 percent of the food GW provides – the food you might have eaten in dining halls as a freshman – isn’t “real?”
Elana Meyers Taylor has her sights set on the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.
In the past four years, this grungy two story townhouse has been more of my home than anywhere else around campus.
This job swallows you. Your phone, your inbox, your sleep schedule. You put in everything you have, beating back the gravity of deadlines and the seemingly impossible expectations of your brilliant editors.
Highlights from the University’s crime log.
Monday, April 28 White House Press Corps Diversity Panel Hear White House correspondents, editors and bureau chiefs from top media organizations for a panel that will discuss diversity within the White House Press Corps. 11 a.m. Jack Morton Auditorium Tuesday, April 29 University Counseling Center Annual Chalk-in Relieve stress before your final exams by drawing […]
The smartphone app would give students another tool to instantly alert police of crime and emergencies.
While zero students have been expelled, officials say sanctions for drug violations have not changed.