The GW Hatchet Job delivers our annual roast

Every year, The Hatchet publishes satirical stories for April Fools’ Day. The tradition marks a departure from our newspaper serving the GW and Foggy Bottom community to reminding its members not to take themselves too seriously.

And this year, we thought it’d only be fair to poke fun not just at newsmakers but at ourselves, too, changing our name to The Hatchet Job for the day. We recommend you read our precisely and meticulously written story about The Hatchet Job’s 1 millionth factual error, a columnist’s desperate plea for men’s activism on campus and an analysis of how the GW men’s basketball team is better than Georgetown by the transitive property.

We haven’t forgotten about the real news. Our blogs will keep you updated while Hatchet Job content takes over the rest of our website. Happy April Fools’ Day.

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