In the exhibition match against Virginia Union (Division II) on Sunday, it was the Colonials’ outside game that shone in their 99-45 win over the Panthers.
November 10, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 17
Stories from the November 10, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Liquor Law Violation Rear of Townhouse Row 10/30/14 – 11:56 p.m. Case closed Campus police observed an intoxicated student, and she was assessed and transported to GW Hospital. – Referred for disciplinary action Liquor Law Violation Thurston Hall 10/31/14 – 1:21 a.m. Case closed Campus police observed an intoxicated man not affiliated with the University […]
Tuesday, Nov. 11 Corcoran Veteran’s Day Program Join Brigadier General Nolen Bivens as he interviews four Corcoran College of Art + Design alumni, who are veterans, as they discuss how their time in the military inspired their art. 11:30 a.m. Hammer Auditorium Wednesday, Nov. 12 The New Normal Listen to a panel sponsored by the […]
Media Credit: Anna McGarrigle | Senior Designer
After about a year and a half of tentatively wading into MOOC offerings, it should be clear to GW that the drawbacks outweigh the positives – and it’s time to get out of the game.
Now that the University is tasked with finding a leader for the University Police Department, officials can learn from their most recent administrative search.
The degree would better prepare students in the Graduate School of Education and Human Development to analyze standardized and other types of testing that are completed in schools across the country, professors said.
Media Credit: Sam Hardgrove | Hatchet Staff Photographer Sophomore Justin Archangel plays the Xbox One out of a truck in University Yard for a chance to win free games and other prizes. Microsoft launched the Xbox One last November after its predecessor, the Xbox 360, sold at least 83 million units worldwide.
Anthropology professor Eric Cline raises more than $150,000 for his North Israel archaeology excavations each year, and still spends nights on the digs calculating how long until the money runs out.
For students who have lost their GWorld cards, getting into tap-access residence hall rooms will soon be as simple as sending a text message.