During my time away from GW, I learned that finishing college in four years is a restriction unique to our culture, and it’s not always the right one.
September 26, 2016
Volume 113, Issue 8
Stories from the September 26, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
I’ve recently found myself consistently comparing myself to my older sibling. Yet it’s caused me to wonder if comparing myself to him really helps at all.
UPD is trying to be more transparent about crimes on campus, but accessing the crime log falls on students – and that means that less people are reading it.
The American Psychological Association officially accredited the doctoral internship run by Mental Health Services last week.
The popular 9:30 Club has started documenting its performers and concerts on the new television show “Live at 9:30.”
Groups from across GW want the next University president to strengthen existing fundraising strategies and identify new ones.
Snapshot: A woman shops at booths at the 14th annual Turkish Festival which is put on by the American-Turkish Association of Washington DC.
A grant from the Academy of Korean Studies will fund a Korean institute at GW, which has not yet been formally announced and remains in the planning stages.
Sophomore Jared Axelowitz didn’t realize a new Facebook profile picture his senior year of high school would lead to him walking the runway during D.C. Fashion Week two years later.
Men’s water polo duo Atakan Destici and Bogdan Petkovic combined for 26 goals this weekend, en route to GW’s 2-1 start to league play.