The Colonials have gone 2-2 in their last four games and all four have been close, and head coach Mike Lonergan is looking for sharper focus.
February 1, 2016
Volume 112, Issue 19
Stories from the February 1, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
More than 250 employees worked on-site from the beginning of the weekend until Monday to serve students and help with the clearing and treating of roads.
Being both religious and inquisitive has made me a paradox of myself. But after a few life crises, I’m finally okay with that.
Millennials have inadequate financial knowledge, but GW could help combat this by requiring students to take a personal finance class.
Around this time of year, it’s important for students to remember that they hold all of the power in the SA election.
Here are three D.C. stars hitting nearby venues in the coming month:
John Banzhaf, a public interest law professor, proposed a “third ground” in sexual assault reporting that will be tested in the state of Virginia.
Randi Kristensen, assistant professor of writing and director of Writing in Disciplines at GW, made Jeopardy history on the Jan. 18th installment of the popular game show.
Wilkins founded Pedal Forward, a social enterprise company that employs homeless people to make bamboo bicycles, in 2012.
Liquor Law Violation and Disorderly Conduct International House 1/20/16 — 9:00 p.m. Case closed University Police Department officers responded to a noise complaint and saw alcohol in a residence hall room. One unaffiliated male was barred from campus. When the officers arrived at International House, a beer was thrown at them from a balcony. — […]