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August 28, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 5
Stories from the August 28, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Different types of students have different needs, but they can all be accommodated with the right tips.
The predictions may not be written in the stars, but these trends will give you a sneak peek of what’s to come in your next semesters.
Lara Brown, who was named GSPM director in July, said the school can show the benefits of political work by highlighting alumni engaged in public service.
The vehicle had piled up several parking tickets, and UPD determined the vehicle had been stolen from a car rental company in Baltimore, Md.
While you were out of the District this summer, these established chefs were laying new restaurants in the area.
The textline will go live Sept. 10, to provide students with free peer counseling, similar to the already-established phone hotline.
With a focus on sharing and appreciating cultures, the D.C. restaurant scene showcases tasty regional dishes.
Instead of booking a one-way trip back to your study abroad destination, here’s a list of nearby spaces that will remind you of far away places.
Embarking on your post college, professional life can be daunting. To prepare, here are some tips on how get a head start on the job search.