Brianna Gurciullo: Finally learning to let go Time is eventually up – even if we wish we could go back and do some things differently, or wish we had a little more time to make changes and fixes before we leave. Everything can’t be perfect. JUSTIN PELIGRI:Searching for a memoir title I am one of […]
April 20, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 34
Stories from the April 20, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
I could never have predicted the impact The Hatchet would have on my life, but I wouldn’t have had it any other way.
I’ve struggled to accept that the most constant part of my life will soon be over. The rigid schedule I’ve become so reliant on will change. I’ll be able to go to Sunday brunch.
The urge to leave was powerful, yet I never left. Why? I’m still trying to figure that out.
For me, the people have always made this place. The experiences I’ve had with these people have been integral to my experience at this paper, and have shaped the past two and a half years of my life in ways I’ve never fully appreciated.
As incoming freshmen from our hometowns prepare to start their college careers, we should personally try to help them transition by giving advice, answering questions and offering help.
There’s nothing wrong with not going to college. There is, however, something very wrong when a neutral fact of life – that some people attend college – is belittled in the form of a political talking point, which I’ve seen echoed across cable news recently.
Tuesday, April 21 Square 80 ShIt in: Photo & Education Campaign Relax some muscles in Square 80 to support gender inclusive bathrooms with the LGBT Resource Center. 2 p.m. Square 80 Thursday, April 23 Phi Sigma Pi Clothing Swap Donate your used clothes and pick up new clothes for your closet. All leftover clothes will […]
Hyde is the type of person who lives for April 20. He buys a quarter just for himself. He makes sure his debit card has enough money on it for Nando’s and Shake Shack.
When a new police chief is chosen as early as next month, he or she won’t find the department in the best shape.