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June 11, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 4
Stories from the June 11, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
While trying to squeeze meals into a busy class schedule, Foggy Bottom restaurants are going to be your primary spots.
As you explore campus for two days, keep these tips in mind so you can make a good first impression and have a successful first look at college life.
A staff member reported to GWPD that two desktop computers were stolen from a computer lab at the Academic Center on the Mount Vernon Campus.
From state championships to representing the United States overseas, the incoming batch of freshman student athletes already competed at a high caliber.
While incoming freshmen were choosing GW, a lot happened on campus. Check out the top 10 news stories from the spring semester.
You can’t predict what classes will fill up before your eyes on registration day, but there are steps you can take to lessen the damage of a derailed plan.
It might be out of the way from Foggy Bottom, but living on the Mount Vernon Campus has its own set of perks.
Get an introduction to The Hatchet’s crime log by checking out some of the zaniest entries from the past year.
While you may think you have communication with your parents figured out, the dynamic is susceptible to major changes as you head off to college.