Olivia Kantor

Get off your bottom

This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Margaret Kahn.  We’ve got one month left until finals take over and keep us on a route from dorm to Gelman to CVS (for requisite candy runs, obviously). Take advantage of your remaining free time and get off campus to attend any one of these rad events […]

What We’re Watching: Divergent

Hatchet reporter Tim Palmieri shares his latest cinematic experience.  Divergent” 2014 ★★★✰✰ If “Divergent” reminds you of “The Hunger Games” its not an accident. The latest YA novel to hit the big screen, “Divergent” hopes to capture the success of Twilight and the Hunger Games. In a dystopian Chicago, society is divided into five factions distinguished […]

American sends most interns to White House this fall

The D.C.-area school that’s sending the most White House interns this fall? It’s not GW – or Georgetown. The White House released the list of its 2014 spring interns last week, and while GW, American and Georgetown all grace the list, its not in the order you’d expect. Coming in above its high and mighty rivals, […]

IHOP to serve up free pancakes this Tuesday

This post was written by Hatchet reporter Sandra Loyola. Every student knows that a good breakfast is more effective than an all-nighter when it comes to midterms – or at least that’s what our parents insist. But if you can’t avoid a Gelman cramming session this week, at least treat yourself to free pancakes when […]

Poppa Box offers surprise mix of Asian fusion, waffle sandwiches

This post was written by Hatchet reporter Victoria Tellechea Rotta The square wooden exterior of Poppa Box is a sharp contrast from the corporate office buildings that surround it. The newest Foggy Bottom eatery, which moved in two years after Tony’s Flower Place vacated, stands out not only for its unusual architecture but also its […]

Throwback Thursday: Registration before Banweb

This post was written by Hatchet reporter Ruby Lee.  Crawling out of bed for 7 a.m. registration can be the worst. But at least it’s not 1978. That January morning, 14,838 students waited in line to register for spring class. It took some students hours just to get to the booth and hand in their […]