If you want to find a new late-night study spot, there are plenty of spaces across the city that are open late where you can cram for your exams.
August 31, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 4
Stories from the August 31, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
It’s nearly fall, which means it’s time to trade T-shirts for sweaters, iced coffees for hot chocolates and fratios for jam-packed bars.
We asked some familiar faces what book they read over summer vacation, or what’s a must-read for students about to enter college.
Media Credit: Cartoon by Juliana Kogan
I’m not telling you to settle. But if you’re starting this week wishing you were somewhere else, don’t give up on GW right away.
Lerman will leave behind a strong relationship with the GW community and a mixed legacy — one dotted with both monumental successes and failures.
Instead of blowing off syllabus week this semester, we should all strive to channel our excited nerdy selves a little bit more.
Theft Athletic Complex July/August — Multiple times Case closed A parent not affiliated with the University reported that her 12-year-old son stole several items while attending a GW sports camp. Several sunglasses and bags were taken. The mother returned the property to University Police Department. — Parent took disciplinary action Theft Duques Hall 8/12/15 — […]
Wednesday, Sept. 2 Welcome Back, Sophomores Strike a pose in a free photo booth with other members of the Class of 2018 in a sophomores-only event, featuring free food and arts and crafts. Continental Ballroom, Marvin Center 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3 Corcoran School Meet and Greet Pizza Party Let the colors fly at a […]
A revamped fundraising blitz to get seniors to donate during the year has increased its target participation goal to 62 percent, the campaign’s coordinator confirmed.