The weekend always seems too short. Here’s some news to brighten your Monday.
News from the outside world to help you further procrastinate on that study guide.
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Olivia Kantor The weather’s heating up this week and the cherry blossoms are officially in bloom. Get outside and off Foggy Bottom to take advantage of spring events around the District. -Hit up the Tidal Basin paddle boats and check out the National Mall from the water. Race […]
Maybe you’re off cavorting with your main squeeze, or maybe you’re drowning your sorrows in wine and angsty, subversive break-up songs. However you’re spending your Valentine’s week, check out what’s up for the week ahead.
Regardless of whichever Harbaugh you invested monetary or hyper-emotional stock in, it’s time to move on and face the week ahead.
Look forward to a warmer week — it’s expected to be 68 degrees on Wednesday — with these tidbits of D.C. news.
Prepare accordingly to endure the exhilarating — and exhausting — Presidential Inauguration, from the traditional ceremonies to the festive after-parties.
Whisper a tearful goodbye to your correctly-sized bed and the comfort of home-cooked meals that aren’t 99-cent microwaveable mac ‘n’ cheese bowls: Spring semester has arrived.
Check your calendar. Realize that winter breaks is a mere few weeks away. Realize that finals are one week away. Endure a brief nervous breakdown. Then take a deep breath, regain your senses and check out what the District is up to before you seclude yourself in a barrage of textbooks for the next two weeks.
Whether you’re headed home for the holiday or hanging around the District, everyone can unite over one glorious promise: copious amounts of food await you.