The National Park Service started draining the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool Sunday after a parasite killed about 80 ducks.
June 12, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 4
Stories from the June 12, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
As the largest first-year resident hall, Thurston Hall will be housing more than 1,000 students in the fall. Former Thurston Hall resident advisors discuss the dorm’s history and their favorite aspects of living in the building.
Although you, and more likely your parents, may be nervous about living in the city, not all the crimes on campus are cause for concern.
Advice for the first-year future citizen leaders from Peter Konwerski, the vice provost and dean of student affairs.
Instead of trying to go to every single CI activity, freshmen shouldn’t be afraid to skip a few CI activities to form memories with new friends.
In order to stay up-to-date on the latest GW news, memes and Vex delays, there are a few social media accounts that every GW student should follow.
Roommate problems don’t always arise until a few weeks in, but it’s best to address issues before it’s too late.
In his first interview with the Hatchet as chief, Newsham laid out his vision to take MPD in a more progressive direction.
College is a balancing act of classes, clubs, friends and a new city. But don’t let healthy eating and exercise fall by the wayside.
Whether you’re ecstatic about your new residence hall or running straight to RoomSwap, take some time to familiarize yourself with each dorm’s pros and cons.