Thank you to everyone who has offered me guidance, made me laugh, lent a helping hand or pushed me to do better. You have all helped me blossom at The Hatchet.
April 22, 2019
Volume 115, Issue 31
Stories from the April 22, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
SA leaders are holding three pizza dinners in the Marvin Center to answer questions and discuss how the SA functions.
From eating at restaurants that embrace local farming to participating in cleanups, check out these ways to give back to the planet on Earth Day.
Starbucks in neighborhoods like Dupont Circle, Chinatown and Downtown D.C. have closed their doors and local coffee shops have taken their place.
A student reported that a window was shattered on the first floor of the Academic Center. There was no indication of what caused the damage.
The University must endorse the IFC’s hard alcohol ban and outline consequences for not upholding the policy to help curb binge drinking among fraternities.
University President Thomas LeBlanc will travel to London in late May to meet with alumni and prospective students in his first trip abroad while in office.
I did not understand the extent to which my peers do not understand Orthodox Christianity, making it difficult to celebrate Easter on campus.
While I went home to celebrate the beginning of the holiday, I have grown nervous of the impending difficulties of maintaining my Passover diet at GW.
Last week, officials removed overdue fines for most GW Libraries books in circulation that are fewer than 40 days overdue.