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August 22, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 4
Stories from the August 22, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Dorm decorating can be hindered by cramped space and building regulations. But a few DIY projects can take your room from bland to unique on a budget.
Drowning in statistics? Fed up with physics? There are plenty of resources on campus and around D.C. if you need extra help with schoolwork this semester.
Gelman Library’s newly renovated first floor will likely fill up quickly this semester, so here are a few study spots where you can crank out that term paper with a little scenery change, too.
The city is in the process of updating and making additions to its public transportation system. Here are the District’s most ambitious projects.
If you’re new to the city or looking for a few tips, here’s a comprehensive guide to D.C. transportation.
Even if you’ve pretended GW didn’t exist all summer, administrators still made major decisions while you were gone. Here’s what you missed while you were out of the Foggy Bottom bubble.
Tired of blending in with everyone else from the Tri-State Area? While leggings and chunky sweaters are in-season for the fall, pick up some closet fresheners for your back-to-school wardrobe. Just a few new pieces will make your entire closet feel new.
Simple Assault 7/06/13 – 5:59 a.m. Ivory Tower Case closed Officers arrested a male summer intern living in Ivory Tower after witnesses reported he had shoved a woman, who was unaffiliated with GW, and dragged her by her hair. University Police Department officers responded to a report of loud yelling inside the intern’s room on […]
The dense crowd that will blanket University Yard during the annual Student Organization Fair on Aug. 27 can be daunting to trek through. If you’re looking to get involved on campus and beyond but are overwhelmed by the options, take note of some of these student groups. COMMUNITY SERVICE Alternative Breaks Alt Breaks fuses fun […]