This job has taught me more than I could ever imagine but most importantly, I have learned to value every person who plays a role in the final product.
From upscale drinking to singing in dirty dive bars, this block of U Street checks all the boxes for the perfect bar crawl.
The Society of Professional Journalists named The Hatchet a finalist in seven categories. The winners will be announced at its annual collegiate journalism competition next month.
The Hatchet’s staff elected junior Liz Provencher as the next editor in chief Saturday.
Nora Princiotti (SMPA ‘16) talked with current contributing sports editor Barbara Alberts about her reporting during Super Bowl LII.
We cannot deliver the independent, original journalism for which we are known without the support of our readers.
The Hatchet will be moving its headquarters to a townhouse located at 609 21st St. this weekend.
The Associated Collegiate Press named The GW Hatchet a finalist for best college newspaper.
The Hatchet is making one final call for donations from our alumni and community supporters in order to save the F Street townhouse.
The Hatchet received four awards at the Society of Professional Journalists annual collegiate journalism awards last week.