Find what type of student you were when you arrived freshman year and live your last night like it’s the first.
During your last full week as a student, check out these events and activities at familiar places if you want to be labeled a true local.
Junior Cole Ettingoff’s plans include creating a streamlined complaint system for students, faculty and staff and renovating Thurston Hall.
A GW fundraising official will take his talents to the “real Mount Vernon,” as the new senior vice president for development at George Washington’s estate.
Hopefully, the Keefer family’s courage will foster a more open dialogue about mental health on campus.
College is a lot more than just going to class. Here are smaller events throughout the year are worth checking out.
The Hatchet’s business team is an all-student group who ensure the paper has the revenue it needs to succeed.
Here’s what you’ll love — and what will take some getting used to — at your first-year home.
The coins, featuring a profile of the first president, are meant to give owners a sense of pride in Washington’s vision for a college in the nation’s capital.
The members of the Westboro Baptist Church are just trolls, subsisting on the attention we pay them with our honorable – but misplaced – urge to tell them exactly how much they suck.