We spoke to five graduating seniors who are moving to interesting places after graduation. Here’s a look at what they’ll be doing next year.
May 11, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 1
Stories from the May 11, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Before your final year at GW is up, there’s still some time to check out the lesser-known D.C. history, art and entertainment venues that you might have missed when you were too busy cramming for exams or interning on the Hill.
Graduation ceremonies tend to be long-winded and a little anti-climatic, so liven up the day with one of these happy hours before or after the ceremony.
From politics to pop culture, 2015 will be memorable for more than just your graduation. Here’s a look back at what happened at the same time as your other big milestones.
How should you decorate your graduation cap? Take our quiz to find out.
You don’t have to steer clear of happy hour just because mom and dad are in town – you just have to know where to go.
If you’re feeling nostalgic, grab those friends you met in Thurston and J Street to relive some first-year traditions during your last few nights as a student.
When the Class of 2015 graduates, several record-breaking athletes will move their careers at GW off the playing fields and into the archives.
When the eight seniors on the lacrosse team flip their tassels on graduation day, they’ll leave behind a team in transition with big statistical shoes to fill.
Seniors Madison Davis and Mackenize Jones each signed two-year contracts last December with Teach for America, a national organization that assigns recent college graduates to two-year teaching positions where they work with students often in inner-city schools.