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.
Positions designed to work with sexual assault survivors on campus have seen frequent turnover with little information from the University.
Aniqa Raihan, a senior and sexual assault survivor, started an online petition to expel her assailant.
Glenn Egelman – the first associate dean of the Colonial Health Center – said he won’t set overall priorities until he has spoken with students and faculty.
Glenn Egelman, a health care consultant with experience overseeing university health services at five higher education institutions, will serve as the new associate dean of the Colonial Health Center.
The Hatchet is seeking a skilled and passionate web developer to join our team for the 2017-2018 school year.
For the first time, alumni and Colonials weekend will be combined this October, the University announced Wednesday.