When the wound of a championship loss heals, volleyball will be able to look back on an impressive year: the most wins since 2000 and the first trip to the Atlantic 10 title game since 2002.
December 4, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 20
Stories from the December 4, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Over Thanksgiving break, the women’s basketball team traveled over 958 miles to compete in the Junkanoo Jam, marking the first time that Freeport-native Jones has displayed her talent for her mother and grandmother in her GW uniform.
The 25-minute ride involved a transfer at L’Enfant Plaza to the Green Line, but my satisfying afternoon excursion was worth the diversion from my usual trips on the Blue or Orange lines.
The newest exhibition, “Sensorium: The Art of Perception,” which opens Thursday, will transform the gallery’s normally still atmosphere into an interactive, multi-sensory space for meditation, yoga and relaxation.
Sometimes finals get in the way of enjoying your holiday feast.
The University has trimmed $8.2 million in funding to support its blueprint for the next decade, after already instituting hiring freezes and slashing administrative spending to make up for a shortfall.
The School of Media and Public Affairs will choose several students to work as production assistants before and during the show’s taping, the school announced Wednesday.
In two weeks, the William Gaines Gwathmey Foundation’s GoFundMe campaign has raised more than $1,600 toward a $10,000 goal, which will be used to buy basketball equipment for elementary and middle schools.
The Metropolitan Police Department’s assistant chief says he can’t remember the last time one victim has reported being sexually assaulted by multiple attackers in D.C.
Media Credit: Aly Kruse | Hatchet Staff Photographer A mural drawn by Corcoran students to protest recent events in Ferguson, Mo. is power washed off a wall in front of Gelman Library. Protests continued both on campus and around D.C. in the week following the grand jury decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson.