The return from the sun-drenched respite of spring break can be tough, but these shows come just in time to re-inject fun into your routine even with classes back in session.
Since Corcoran announced Feb. 14 that it would merge with GW, stories detailing the financial struggles of both the college and the gallery have left student morale low, with some students saying they felt like they were reading Corcoran’s obituary.
While competition for customer dollars has gotten fiercer across the District, one unexpected cost is cutting into budgets and causing headaches for restaurants: stolen glassware and silverware.
If shopping at fast-fashion stores is cramping your spring style, venture into these local second-hand shops.
GW now has its latest entrepreneurship story: Two alumni have launched a company to make getting drunk taste a bit better.
His Miley Cyrus impersonation was part of the second annual Allied in Greek, the philanthropy event and drag competition that demonstrates support for LGBT youth.
I've had many friends tell me sex stories that take place in a handicap bathroom, the Gelman stairwell or the Thurston laundry room. After hearing all of their escapades, I knew I had to go on an adventure of my own.
The art space on the first floor of Smith Hall looks brighter than usual because of senior Jahdai Kilkenny’s new exhibition called “Stupid Dope Moves,” an exploration into the art behind hip-hop and the genre’s cultural reach.
For an album that came out in 2004 and encapsulated lead singer Billy Joe Armstrong's outspoken angst against both a president and government he detested, its easy to assume that this play became dated as soon as Obama took office and we all graduated out of our ANGST.
The piece, which appears at first glance to be simply a 12-foot mosaic American flag, combines American culture and history with technology, all the while demonstrating the artist’s personality and viewpoints.
Brunch is an interesting phenomenon. On Saturday and Sunday mornings, a meal that is typically a piece of fruit or a bowl of cereal any other day of the week suddenly becomes a full-blown feast in which breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert cuisines are simultaneously acceptable and drinking a solid six hours before 5 p.m. is not inappropriate. It is an inherently indulgent endeavor.
Restaurants and stores will go to great lengths to get you inside. There are discounts, deals and specials, all designed to entice.
Fifty years later, they're back on stage for "Yesterday and Today," a tribute to recreate that first night, starting at the same exact time to recreate their first North American performance – well, kind of.
Music in the bed-dorm-room is often a gamble. If this fling is just that - a fling - he or she has no reason to fake enjoy your overly obscure indie mix, or your eighties hair band playlist. Opt for tunes most people know, and more importantly, get off to on some bizarre, intimate level.
We all expect to learn to live with roommates in college, but sleeping with them is a different story. Some background: I’m Casey, The Hatchet’s new female sex columnist. I’m here to tell you some of my awkward stories so you can feel better about yours.
The Feminist Student Union’s annual production of The Vagina Monologues next weekend does more than provide Valentine’s Day entertainment – it’s also a way to educate about sexual assault and consent.
I would be lying if I said his age didn’t send up red flags. But he never pressured me. He did not aggressively feed me drinks, and I knew walking away was always an option. But he was a gentleman, and it was refreshing to flirt with a stranger who did not know – and probably did not care – about anything related to GW.
But the junior took a chance and began going out on her first couple of “Tinder dates” meeting up for dinner with one guy in DuPont, who confessed to seeing demons at night on the second date. The iPhone app created plenty of bizarre moments – including unsolicited illicit pictures – and so many creepy messages that she began the hashtag #winnersoftinder on her Instagram.
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The upcoming George Clooney film “The Monuments Men” follows a wartime treasure hunt to preserve art from Nazi destruction. The real documents and accounts that inspired the story are getting their own spotlight at the National Portrait Gallery this month,.
Owned by father-son duo Bruce and Steve Klores, gourmet grilled cheese restaurant GCDC will open next month, featuring an eclectic menu with more than 50 sandwiches, soups and charcuterie – just one block from the White House.
This is the time when you finally have to tell your non-clothes-washing, non-pants-wearing, questionable-judgement-on-sexual-partners roommate that there is no way in hell their name will be on a lease next yours again.
The recent deluge of political thrillers, dramas and comedies set in D.C. take advantage of all the natural intrigue of the nation's capital. But although the D.C. acts as muse, series like "Veep," "Scandal" and others find filming in Baltimore a suitable substitute.
At GW, where convenience and location is everything, it may seem like a daring choice to take the long walk instead of settling for the nearby spot. But it’s really just the smart choice for any student deciding where to drown their burrito bowl in smoked Tabasco chipotle sauce.
At the Fillmore Tuesday night, an echoing, throwback voiceover warned the crowd, “Don’t you know that bad girls go to hell?” Of course, that set off the lyrics to everyone’s favorite makeout song, “Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off.”
But if your job search leads you elsewhere, you’ll still have Colonial company. The other top seven cities most populated with GW alumni are up and down the East and West coasts, and include some of the top cities for young professionals overall.
Still so nervous about your resumé that the only change you’ve made to it is the font size? The Hatchet reached out in an email interview to Assistant Provost and Head of Career Services Rachel Brown about mistakes every applicant makes, overcoming awkward interview moments and what to cut -- and keep -- on your resumé.
The classical studies major – studying a field that encompasses language, architecture, art and history – is knee-deep in what many have started to consider a dying field, or one that provides little return on investment from a college degree.
During the government shutdown last fall, the phones in Capitol Hill offices were ringing nonstop. Constituents eager to voice their complaints launched into angry tirades.