You will have your entire life to date many people or find your soulmate, but freshman year, you should focus on yourself.
August 19, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 4
Volume 116 Issue No. 4 of The GW Hatchet View a PDF version of this issue.
Read The Hatchet’s orientation guide for a glimpse into campus life for first-year students.
Finding community as a queer person is emotionally and mentally taxing. Even in an inclusive city, the perfect community does not just come together.
The Colonials will take on four teams coming off postseason appearances and hold the historical edge in half of its nonconference matchups.
Take this quiz to ascertain what kind of student organization you might enjoy and what your choices are here at GW.
Before your freshman year ends, take advantage of events and programs designed to help you explore D.C. and grow academically in your first year on campus.
You shouldn’t rely on Uber or Lyft to get around the city. Here are some of the most efficient transportation options to get around D.C.
To avoid the communal kitchen while sticking to a budget, here are some tried-and-true tips for cooking in the comfort of your own residence hall room.
Here’s how to navigate a few hotspots where you will probably be spending the bulk of your freshman year.
Here is what student leaders have been advocating for before you arrived on campus and where the efforts stand now.