Nelson Jr. and Battle have served as two of the three players to see action in all 18 games this season.
January 21, 2020
Volume 116, Issue 19
Stories from the January 21, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The receptions come as GW’s prepares for its bicentennial anniversary, during which officials are slated to launch a major fundraising campaign.
Taiwo bolted into A-10 play, garnering a career-high 14 rebounds against Fordham and a career-high 18 points in a victory over Duquesne.
The retention rate for the full-time freshman cohort that matriculated in 2018 dipped roughly 1 percent relative to the previous year.
The Colonials lost 4-3 to BYU in the first matchup between the two teams in over five years.
Residents are pressing community leaders to restore decrepit-looking properties in the neighborhood after a woman was found dead in a vacant I Street home.
Three global health professors are partnering with Save the Children to develop family planning intervention techniques in Tanzania and Bangladesh.
GW has received more than $75 million from the governments of China and Saudi Arabia since 2013, according to Department of Education disclosures.
Nearly every on-campus student, except for Thurston residents, can use their GWorld card to unlock their residence hall rooms.
Ward 2 voters will be left without formal representation until July. Here’s what the change means for Ward 2 residents and the upcoming election.