With Kethan Savage’s departure, the team loses a clutch ball handler and its second-highest scorer of 2014-2015.
November 2, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 13
Stories from the November 2, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
After an Atlantic 10 championship last season, the final score of GW’s loss in the first round of the NCAA tournament still stings for women’s basketball.
The Class of 2016 has one more season to cement its legacy for GW basketball, and they all want the last chapter to be written in March.
The dominance of preseason All-Americans Jonquel Jones and Caira Washington gets much of the recognition for the team’s success, but the spacing and ball distribution that has been key to creating it starts with Chase, Cranshaw and Schaible.
At the 2015 FIBA Americas Championship this summer, Garino, now entering his final season at GW, helped the Argentinian national team qualify for the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
This lawsuit could very well trigger an Title IX investigation by the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights – and that wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing.
Drug Law, Liquor Law and Weapons Violation Townhouse Row 10/22/15 ‒ 3:30 p.m. Case closed University Police Department officers responded to assist with an administrative search of Townhouse Unit G. Searchers found marijuana, cocaine residue, drug paraphernalia, alcohol and a stun gun. ‒ Referred for disciplinary action Theft Academic Center 10/22/15 ‒ noon to 3:15 […]
A Corcoran College of Art + Design alumnus created a robot to turn portraits into art.
A new Foggy Bottom restaurant and bar hopes to serve government employees at lunchtime and host “noche de sexo” parties at night.
While getting off to a rocky start, Ten01 ended up to be worth the trek all the way to the northeast sector of the city.