Everything I love about The Hatchet hangs on its walls. The yellowing pages from my first issues as editor in chief are slowly crinkling.
The Society of Professional Journalists named The Hatchet a national finalist for the best non-daily student newspaper today.
The mayor of Newark, N.J. will speak to students as part of a College Democrats event April 15.
Society of Professional Journalists named The GW Hatchet the best non-daily newspaper in Region II for the Mark of Excellence Awards this weekend, where the paper picked up four additional first place awards.
Once a year The Hatchet staff stops reporting and lampoons some of the issues and people they cover. It’s a tradition that dates back to the early years of The Hatchet, and has become an regular surprise on campus each spring.
Society of Professional Journalists named The Hatchet a finalist yesterday in six categories for the Region II Mark of Excellence Awards.
The Hatchet’s editorial staff elected junior Priya Anand as its editor in chief early Tuesday morning.
Multiple enforcement agencies have searched the campus area and did not find the suspect, according to a new alert sent at 10:20 p.m.
The Colonials exited the court Saturday in Dayton with the stage set for a chance at revenge. After losing 75-59 to the Flyers Saturday, the Colonials must now prepare to return to Dayton for the first round of the Atlantic 10 tournament. It’s a chance to avenge the last regular season game, and a chance […]
But before the conference standings were announced Saturday, head coach Mike Lonergan said he would not relish returning to Ohio if the Colonials were again paired against Dayton.