The 11th Annual Parade of Trabants outside the International Spy Museum Saturday brought out iconic Cold War era cars from all over North America.
November 6, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 14
Stories from the November 6, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Thirty-five members of the organization knocked on roughly 1,500 doors this weekend in Fairfax, Va. to rally for Ralph Northam.
Since May 2008, 327 vehicle crashes have occurred in Washington Circle and along 23rd Street – the most out of any area near campus.
This week, two news editors discuss international student diversity on campus, and our contributing sports editor talks about the upcoming basketball season.
Students can’t turn a blind eye to what’s happening right in front of them. Students should find an issue where they can make an impact.
Over the past three years, Watanabe grew in prominence on the court, increasing his scoring and minutes played each year.
Students and faculty said bringing in more students from different countries across the globe adds new perspectives to campus.
The average women’s basketball team in the Atlantic 10 has more than three players over the height of 6-foot-1, but GW has only one.
Senior guard Camila Tapias has played for Colombia national teams since she was 14 years old. She said that has helped her as a Colonial.
Junior point guard Mei-Lyn Bautista is looking to lead with her voice as the starting point guard of the 2017-18 Colonials.