When I got hired as The Hatchet’s sports editor, I knew what I was signing up for. What I didn’t know, though, was why I was signing up for it.
April 18, 2016
Volume 112, Issue 28
Stories from the April 18, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Looking back on my time at The Hatchet, I think I finally understand what it means to grow up, and to grow as a person.
D.C. Council members are tired of neighbors protesting liquor licenses.
After 17 years at the helm in Hartford, Jennifer Rizzotti will take the lead as the new head coach of the GW women’s basketball program.
UPD arrests on campus have tripled in one year. But the department’s priority to engage with students feels stagnated.
Transitioning from being an undergraduate to a graduate student at GW is sometimes surreal. Most of my friends have moved out of Foggy Bottom or have left D.C. altogether. While I still take classes on the same campus I’ve been on for four years, my new program feels very different. But that doesn’t mean everything […]
With all the new options on the market now, I thought there had to be a better alternative to the endless cheesy pick-up lines and downright dirty openers on Tinder.
Maso, located on 19th Street between L and M streets, offers affordable salads, sandwiches and smoothies in a Chipotle-style setup.
The Global Resource Center in Gelman library is now open to graduate students to use as a study space.
The first-ever faculty research awards by OVPR will recognize younger and distinguished faculty for their research contributions in their fields next week.