As the Colonials’ 58-54 loss to Seton Hall showed, just because GW doesn’t have to rebuild the house this year doesn’t mean it won’t require some remodeling for the team to get its offense humming as a unit.
November 24, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 19
Stories from the November 24, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Larsen must start playing like the player he claims to be and the big man the team needs him to be. The Armwood safety blanket is gone.
Starting this fall, GW’s entire 18-person admissions office is being tasked with “recruiting the world,” instead of leaving international recruitment to just a few.
When University President Steven Knapp went to Turkey earlier this month, he brought back an unexpected souvenir – a potential partnership with a sustainable dairy farm.
Sex offenses were more often reported to University administrators than to campus police last year, which experts say is because students are becoming more comfortable reporting such crimes to other campus resources.
Almost all of the Colonials’ deficiencies Friday night stemmed from its inferiority in the paint. Virginia dominated down low, outscoring the Colonials 42-24 from the painted area and holding both GW starting forwards to a combined five points on the night.
In the past three years, Mohammad Faghfoory has raised about $500,000 to grow his program and support students looking to enroll.
Cardiovascular research is expanding across the University, and faculty are taking advantage of a nationwide increase interest in the topic to further their own work.
Flags were ordered to fly at half-mast across the city Sunday as D.C. residents reflected on the tumultuous career of political legend and revered former mayor Marion Barry.
Operated by the previous owners of Thai Place, Soi 38 integrates the more basic Thai Place favorites, like the classic pad thai, with more elegant and adventurous Thai street food.