Ever wonder what a basketball player eats before a game? Now you can find out.
Barcroft Park hosted a “Bark at Barcroft” event, where fans were invited to bring man’s best friend to the game.
My phone is an alarm clock, notebook and map all comfortably situated in my pocket. But one thing I could not do from my phone when I tried was find a date through Tinder.
Political philosopher and Harvard University professor Michael Sandel visited Lisner Auditorium on Thursday to explore ethical dilemmas in politics and society with students.
The first graduates of the Class of 2014 flipped their tassels from right to left Tuesday as University President Steven Knapp, alongside Provost Steven Lerman, presented diplomas to seniors on the men’s rowing and baseball teams at the athletics commencement ceremony.
A series sweep by the Spiders spun the Colonials’ postseason hopes down to the last thread.
For most of the season, GW has struggled as one of the youngest teams in the country – one of two teams in the nation that has started seven freshmen in more than half its games. The team entered conference play with an 8-10 record and lost seven of their first nine Atlantic 10 games.
The team – built around speed and veteran pitching – will have ups and downs for the young team, Ritchie said. But the second-year head coach will rely on seniors like pitcher Aaron Weisberg to snap the Colonials out of inevitable funks on their way to another A-10 tournament appearance.
Council member Jack Evans has touted Nationals Park as a symbol of economic development during his campaign for mayor. But economic experts who have studied publicly financed parks – like the $690 million Nationals Park – say D.C. lawmakers like Evans have overhyped the deal to score political points.
There were plenty of bad omens in the Colonials’ elimination game against Rhode Island. But in the end, GW caught a break, and sealed a 5-4 walkoff win on light-hitting Xavier Parkmond’s bases-loaded infield single.