Sophomore Bradley Dlatt, a Hatchet columnist, prepares for the coming culture shock of returning home from DC after becoming acclimated to the culture.
The weather has turned warm, the cherry blossoms have bloomed, and GW students are becoming overwhelmed with papers and exams. This combination can only mean one thing: summer is nearly here. For some GW students, summer is a chance to stay in D.C., to take on that internship that couldn’t fit into the school year or pick up a few extra credit hours in a less stressful environment. For others, summer means leaving the political bubble of the District and returning home to hold a job, catch up with friends and relax after a busy nine months.