The townhouse, located at 2148 F St., doubles the space for The Hatchet’s student journalists, designers, programmers and business staff.
Vice President Joe Biden will deliver a speech on economic policy April 28 in the Marvin Center, the College Democrats announced Thursday.
When students die on campus, it’s the toughest story our reporters cover. As a media outlet, we are obligated to serve the public interest by pursuing the truth because without a full set of facts, community healing can be upended by rumors and hearsay.
Due to a developing story about a death investigation on the Mount Vernon Campus, The Hatchet has removed April Fools’ Day content from our home page and stopped spoof stories from publishing to our social media accounts.
We invited @FakeHatchet to join our newspaper – known as The Butter Knife for today – and serve as a guest editor for our annual parody issue.
The men’s basketball program granted freshman point guard Miguel Cartagena his release, the athletics department announced Thursday.
The Hatchet is looking for undergraduate or graduate students to serve as an accounting assistant.
The Post published a 2,400-word story Sunday after higher education reporter Nick Anderson got access to the admissions office at the height of application reading season. The admissions process – one of the most high pressure experiences for centuries-old colleges and 17-year-old college applicants alike – became a little more clear as a result.
The 1993 Colonials team – which improbably went from last pick into the tournament to a Sweet 16 finalist that stuck with Michigan’s Fab Five down to the final minute – didn’t just stoke a fan base and generate national excitement. It helped change the University for good.
José Andrés was named the University’s Commencement speaker Wednesday. Many students and alumni – and satirical accounts – had harsh words and plenty of snark.