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A strong defensive team effort helped GW (19-11, 9-8 A-10) snap a five-game road skid in Fairfax as the team took down George Mason (9-20, 4-13 A-10) 67-51 to finish a lackluster road schedule at 4-9.
GW's engineering students will now have access to some of the top software in its field, thanks to a collaboration with the Siemens Foundation.
Let the race begin. Elections will be held March 25 and 26.
Nearly 20 national advocacy organizations, including the Zionist Organization of America and StandWithUs, have signed on to support The Louis D. Brandeis Center, a human rights group focused on supporting the Jewish community, in urging GW administrators to address student and faculty concerns surrounding the anti-semitic symbols drawn in the residence hall.
Students hoping to fly out of D.C. for spring break on Thursday might be out of luck.
Murphy, a political communication major and Spanish minor, will lead the newspaper through its 112th volume starting in May.
Women’s basketball junior Jonquel Jones and head coach Jonathan Tsipis were named Atlantic 10 Player of the Year and Coach of the Year, respectively, the league announced on Tuesday.
This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Josh Solomon.
After going 3-9 in a season of struggles away from home, the Colonials will play their final road game of the season Wednesday night at George Mason.
The Colonials got goals from three different players from three different classes with scoring from junior Olivia Boudreau, freshman Brooke Sands, and senior Rachel Mia, but were overmatched by one-loss Navy, which entered the game on a three-game winning streak.
"Represent: Dance Competition," hosted by GW Class Council, featured six student dance groups, including XOLA: Afro-Caribbean Dance Team, GW Ballroom, GW Bhangra, GW Balance, GW Chamak and GW Raas.
The sidewalks may resemble ice rinks, but spring is still scheduled to happen this year and in D.C., that means one thing: Cherry blossoms.
Mike Massaroli, a junior and the group's current executive vice president, won the election and will replace current president, Ari Massefski, on April 1.
The only movie theater that accepts GWorld will end regular programming on March 26.
Kendrick Lamar, Calvin Harris, The Pixies, The Weekend, Charli XCX and Billy Idol will headline Sweetlife this year.
Men's and women's swimming head coach Dan Rhinehart will not return to the program next year, the athletic department announced Monday.
University President Steven Knapp sent a memo to the University Monday explaining that 5 percent budget cuts across GW stem from a decrease in graduate enrollment.
The Graduate School of Education and Human Development received more than $1 million to start a program to train students to become science, technology, engineering and math teachers.
Start spring break early with themed happy hours and live music from a Baltic alternative rock band and Canadian DJ.
After finishing 10-3 in non-conference play, the Colonials have lost half of their 16 A-10 games thus far, and seven of their last nine since a win over Duquesne on Jan. 24. The same problems GW faced at Davidson permeate throughout their losses.
A male student was arrested in International House last month after campus and city police found lysergic acid diethylamide, commonly known as LSD, in his room.
In an effort to change the culture and grow a little good luck for the team, head coach Gregg Ritchie’s no-shave policy seems it will stay in effect for a while. In a weather-shortened weekend series, GW won a pair of games at home against Niagara to improve to 4-1 on the season.
It is a chilly Saturday afternoon. Jaggar DeMarco sits at a desk in his dimly lit dorm room cluttered with textbooks, flashcards, highlighters and notebooks.