So whenever things seemed impossible, I leaned on the biggest lesson I’ve learned over the past four years at The Hatchet: I can’t control everything, so I must row my own boat.
Of all the ramen joins in the city, Sakuramen in Adams Morgan truly reigns supreme.
In light of conversations surrounding the Student Association election, I want to take some time to explain The Hatchet’s position on gender identity and pronoun use.
Student Association presidential candidate Tony Hart has dropped out of the race.
The Hatchet’s staff elected sophomore Ellie Smith as its 2016-2017 editor in chief Saturday.
The Metropolitan Police Department cleared campus after an attempted robbery at 19th street and Virginia Avenue Monday, according to a campus alert.
The John L. Loeb Jr. Foundation and the George Washington Institute for Religious Freedom donated $2.5 million to start a religious freedom institute at GW, the University announced Wednesday.
The Hatchet is more than an award-winning student newspaper. The Hatchet’s business team is an all-student group who ensures the paper has the revenue it needs to succeed.
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University President Steven Knapp called on all administrative units to make 3 to 5 percent budget cuts until 2021, starting with the 2017 budget year, according to a release.