There’s two people who run directly into a crisis when they see one, emergency responders and journalists.
April 14, 2016
Stories from the April 14, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
There are only 24 hours in a day, and only about 12 of those hours are well-lit enough to shoot a decent video. I decided to use that time wisely.
Life surprises you in every way possible. The best thing you can do is capture it in its rawness and turn it into something beautiful.
Students who commute from home or visit their hometowns often, they probably have reasons you’re not aware of.
Where do you see yourself in 20 years? Rather than ask ourselves that question, we decided to explore what GW will look like long after we’ve graduated.
Kyirisan, nestled in Shaw, features food with a blend of two cultures and a chic interior filled with young professionals and college kids alike.
A new reality show is casting five to six D.C. college students or recent college graduates who will be mentored by a government lobbyist.
After beginning the season 12-14 in non-conference play, GW won five of its first six to open Atlantic 10 play.
Writing “I can keep it together” across my forehead for everyone to see was my way of announcing that I am more than my anxiety.
Christian Ellis, a senior at McKinley Technology Education Campus, was accepted to the Class of 2020 and received a scholarship for high school students.