Akman: Writing my GW memoir

Senior Josh Akman, a Hatchet columnist, reflects on his time at GW in his final column.

I’m fairly jealous of departing Hatchet editors, and how they get to write cool memoir-type final pieces. I’ve only met a couple of these editors, but reading their goodbye notes makes me almost as sentimental as when I Youtube Harry Kalas’ call of the Phillies winning the 2008 World Series which, for clarity’s sake, I often do.

So, as a departing senior who has written columns for three years, I’d like to do a last piece, too. But the problem is, the life of a columnist is nowhere near as exciting as that of an editor. So my goodbye is a goodbye to GW.

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