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Empire of Liberty: Summer Soldier And The Cross-Time Patriot

George Washington was quietly clearing some land on his estate. There was still a cold chill in the March air but winter for the most part was in its last stages, it was time to prepare for planting again and as always that started with clearing land of winter debris. 901 more words

Alternate History

Tide's Wilson delivers on prediction to score a TD

TUSCALOOSA — The true freshman was true to his word.

In a conversation with teammate Minkah Fitzpatrick leading up to the Kent State game, freshman linebacker Mack Wilson said he would find the end zone against the Golden Flashes. 582 more words

SEC News

GW names Joseph interim coach, replacing fired Lonergan

WASHINGTON (AP) — George Washington named Maurice Joseph its interim basketball coach on Tuesday, replacing Mike Lonergan, who was fired after an investigation into his conduct. 247 more words

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George Washington names Maurice Joseph interim coach in wake of Lonergan firing

George Washington named Maurice Joseph its interim head men’s basketball coach on Tuesday, a few weeks after firing Mike Lonergan in light of findings from an investigation of verbal and emotional abuse… 302 more words

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A tale of two Georges

 By Frederick Mordi

George Washington, the first President of the United States, and one of the founding fathers of the country, is reputed to be an honest man. 310 more words

Frederick Mordi



By Oliver Sanderson: Political Columnist


It is strange how the health issues of the presidential candidates have become a fairly central issue in making them electable. 783 more words


Geo Washington on Central Government

The second chapter of Edmund Morgan’s little book, “The Meaning of Independence,” is devoted to George Washington. In many ways it seems that, beyond Washington’s leadership in the Revolutionary War, his greatest contribution to the emerging nation was his personality: reserved, calm, steady, concerned always for that which was most honorable. 219 more words