Even though the semester has just started, savvy apartment hunters will start looking early for next year’s perfect off-campus real estate.
January 15, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 22
Stories from the January 15, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
You’ll most likely pay more than just rent. Here are some costs that could factor into what you pay on a monthly basis.
Here’s a breakdown of the most popular apartments in the heart of Foggy Bottom and a price comparison to what you can get elsewhere in the District.
Tensions between students living in the hall and officials came to a head last semester when residents said they cleaned up messes left by construction work, were woken up by loud noise and experienced a power outage that was planned for the last week of classes.
Just three halls are chosen to undergo renovations every year, and this cycle, JBKO and Mitchell and Strong halls are likely frontrunners.
Finding the right apartment or dorm isn’t just a question of price. It’s best to be familiar with the nitty-gritty before committing to a space, from the building’s nearest bar to its most recent renovation.
The expectations for this team were high, bolstered by the league’s best frontcourt. But the Colonials look ready to exceed them, and not just because of their one-two punch up front and noteworthy +15.2 rebounding margin.
As soon as this fall, a D.C.-based nonprofit hopes to open a Museum of Science Fiction in D.C., featuring props from popular extra-terrestrial films alongside high-tech exhibits on sci-fi novels.
In the next five years, about 23,000 square feet of underground space will become the city’s greatest cultural and arts destination for fashion, film and music lovers alike, all to the tune of about $70 million. At least, that’s the hope for Julian Hunt and Braulio Agnese.
Did the A-10 peak last year? Now that non-conference play has concluded, the league has laid the groundwork for how conference wins will be perceived nationally. The conference doesn’t look like it will match last season’s strength come March, but it should still hang in there with a handful of bids.