In GW’s 56-51 loss to Kansas State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday afternoon, the Colonials could not overcome an excess of turnovers and shooting inefficiency.
March 7, 2016
Volume 112, Issue 24
Stories from the March 7, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
As a whistle shrills through the brisk morning air, more than 100 people in neon running gear stampede along the C&O Canal for the weekly Fletcher’s Cove 5K.
Video by Blair Guild Whether they’re juggling hectic schedules, updating social media, creating campaign graphics or carrying their candidates’ bags between endorsement hearings, behind each Student Association candidate is a campaign manager dedicated to helping make their candidate’s campaign a success. “As soon as you’re out of class, you’re doing this,” said Ashley Morehouse, the […]
Twenty-six students have set out on a mission to promote inclusion and diversity through a grant-issuing nonprofit: the Inversity Foundation.
Harassment Madison Hall 2/23/16 – Various times Case closed Two female students told the University Police Department that they received several harassing phone calls from an unknown female caller with a blocked number. – No suspects or witnesses Weapons Violation 2028 G St. Garage 2/23/16 – Unknown Time Case closed A male student found a […]
Information from the DCist and The Washington Post.
An unlimited Metro pass could make a substantial dent in some students’ cost of living – especially those who commute to internships several days a week.
For Student Association presidential candidate Christina Giordano, Paris exposed her to another side of the University she left behind.
This year’s executive vice presidential candidate wants to include more minority students in meetings with administrators.
A team of economics students proved they know how to handle a crisis.