GW women’s basketball looks like the threat everyone expected it to be, so let’s take a look at some of the other teams hoping to unseat the Colonials as Atlantic 10 Champions.
January 14, 2016
Stories from the January 14, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Hopefully, the Keefer family’s courage will foster a more open dialogue about mental health on campus.
GW announced International House, the Virginia Avenue residence hall that seven fraternities and sororities call home, will not house Greek affinities in the fall.
Bonnie Morris and Todd Ramlow, adjunct faculty members in the department, were notified last month that this semester would be their last teaching at GW.
Marguerite, or Maggie, Wedeman found out she was selected for a prestigious graduate scholarship the day before Thanksgiving, surrounded by her family.
Adelina Voutchkova was named the recipient of a prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER grant last month.
With the first few games of the Atlantic 10 season in the books, here’s a look at the conference’s top competition for men’s basketball and what those teams revealed about themselves during non-conference play.
The family of a GW student who died by suicide in January 2014 is suing GW for negligence after the student visited Mental Health Services.
This week, The Hatchet’s editorial board reviewed this semester to look for trends and point out the most significant events of the last few months.