Whether you have a cramped shared kitchen or just a desk and a microwave to work with, you can still whip up basic and affordable recipes.
August 27, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 5
Stories from the August 27, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Podcasts are the perfect cure for when you’re caught between classes eating by yourself this semester.
Cobbler, a dessert baked with fruits and a thick crust, is the perfect dish as D.C. slowly approaches fall territory.
Sip on frosé and enjoy the view on their rooftop bar, or enjoy cocktails on the ground floor before snacking on &Pizza.
The Hatchet’s Welcome Back Guide has everything you need to start your semester from advice for the first week of class to a recap of summer news.
The bar includes a rooftop where guests can enjoy locally-brewed beers, mixed drinks and combo shots, which are half beer, half liquor.
As the University’s largest freshman class in at least a decade acclimates to campus, introductory courses and residence halls may seem more crowded.
The SA Senate only has four seats to fill this year – the fewest number of seats in at least three years.
SA leaders spent the summer building trust with officials, renovating the SA office and drafting a diversity and inclusion assembly application.
The College Democrats is partnering with the Democratic National Committee to hold a voter registration drive in Kogan Plaza on the first day of classes.