Dozens of places can have you staggering back to campus after bottomless cocktails, but Medium Rare reigns supreme for their upscale yet affordable menu.
April 3, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 26
Stories from the April 3, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Zaytinya, with its lavish interior and upscale small plates, is the perfect place to treat yourself to a fulfilling meal that is worthy of the high price tag.
Dan’s Cafe is a small bar in Adam’s Morgan where you can get $20 squirt bottles full of booze and music featuring your favorites from the 70s and 80s.
When stress from school gets to be too much, students flock to @gwu_geese on Instagram for a good laugh.
When it comes to authentic Mexican food in D.C., it’s hard to beat El Sol Restaurante & Tequileria.
Even if your everyday workout views are normally white marble and Lincoln’s stoic stare, you probably have at least one monument left to check off your list – Theodore Roosevelt Island.
The test-optional policy may diversify GW’s applicant pool, but it’s not enough to get low-income students to attend.
GW should strive to cultivate a deeper interest and better understanding of South Asia through an academic program.
Opening a research university in a dynamic part of the world would provide GW students with an opportunity to experience an international education.
UPD responded to a report of a non-GW affiliated man, who was barred from campus after using obscenities toward GW students while in District House.