Games will be played with a 30-second shot clock instead of a 35-second one, the charge circle has been expanded from three feet to four feet out from the basket and coaches can no longer call live-ball timeouts.
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.
The GW Parents’ Association Advisory Council is taking more measures to boost its international numbers.
For many of the children of undocumented immigrants who try to go to college, early encounters with complex financial aid forms are a permanent roadblock.
Since such immense success arrived so quickly for the Colonials, it is easy to forget that the program was not always this successful.
The 1998 Student Association president wants to mobilize with his graduating class after officials removed the telephone booth the Class of 1998 donated to the University.
Through study away programs, students can gain cross-cultural perspectives in diverse communities within the United States.
The Title IX office is conducting their second annual survey on unwanted sexual experiences on campus.
With sharpshooters Alex Mitola and Matt Hart coming off the bench, GW could quietly become one of the best outside shooting teams in the A-10.
Coaches and media members around the league made their picks for where they think the 14 men’s basketball teams in the Atlantic 10 Conference will finish, but these are ours.
But now he can play. It has taken five years, but Cavanaugh finally has a spot on a team that can compete for an NCAA tournament berth.