The Hatchet’s 2015 Departing Editors


Brianna Gurciullo: Finally learning to let go

Time is eventually up – even if we wish we could go back and do some things differently, or wish we had a little more time to make changes and fixes before we leave. Everything can’t be perfect.


JUSTIN PELIGRI:Searching for a memoir title

I am one of the thousands of people over The Hatchet’s one hundred and eleven volumes to whom this pattern pertains. But at the start of my college career I wasn’t so sure that would be the case.


Chloe Sorvino:Out of The Fear grows loyalty

Through those struggles, a deep loyalty to this institution grows. As you become more comfortable with the grueling job, the loyalty and The Fear intertwine.


Robin Jones Kerr: Signing yearbooks

For me, the people have always made this place. They have shaped the past two and a half years of my life in ways I’ve never fully appreciated.


Mary Ellen McIntire: This breakup stings a little

I’ve struggled to accept that the most constant part of my life will soon be over.


Diana Marinaccio: An unexpected influence

I could never have predicted the impact The Hatchet would have on my life, but I wouldn’t have had it any other way.


Samuel Klein: Beatings will continue until morale improves

The urge to leave was powerful, yet I never left. Why? I’m still trying to figure that out.

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