There are some parts of life at GW that University-employed students won’t tell you.
With classes closer than you think, here are the five types of students you’re bound to meet in lecture halls and classrooms over the next four years.
Each of GW's four most common schools for undergraduate students have fun perks for their own students.
With over 450 active student groups, there are plenty of clubs at GW that are a bit more unique than what you'd find in most high schools.
Treat your taste buds to a nostalgic food tour that’ll take you back with the first bite, no matter how far away you are from home.
You may be concerned when you move away from home that you’ll lose touch with your childhood or high school pastimes.
If you chose to come to GW, chances are that a sprawling, outdoorsy campus was not high on your list of priorities.
Living on the Vern might not be so bad. Don’t roll your eyes just yet: The Vern may not be as exciting as Thurston Hall, but it certainly has its perks.
Overwhelmed by all the new names at GW? Check out this guide to the top six names to know when coming to the University.
With campus dining changes that will leave GW without a dining hall beginning next school year, a look at reliable dining and grocery spots near campus.
The most important faces on campus aren’t necessarily those of administrators or professors.
You can dive into the magical and slightly horrifying world of college dorm cooking with the following three recipes. Microwaves are encouraged.
As you get settled on campus, here are some stories to watch out for.
Got the late night munchies? Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. Thankfully, the District’s delivery game is strong, especially for those with a sweet tooth.
Weeks before you step foot in a classroom, you’ll have to pass your first GW test - signing up for courses.
Welcome to campus, Class of 2020. Here's the Hatchet's guide for freshmen to help you make it through Colonial Inauguration.