D.C. residents backed incumbents up and down the ticket in the midterm elections, supporting nine incumbents in citywide races and four in the ANC.
The Associated Collegiate Press named The Hatchet one of the best online college newspapers in the country.
The Associated Collegiate Press recognized The Hatchet as a finalist for photo of the year in an annual collegiate journalism competition.
The Hatchet is one of 24 online student newspapers named finalists in the online Pacemaker competition.
This year’s No. 63 position marks the biggest decrease in the University’s ranking in at least a decade. It is also the lowest GW has ranked in recent history.
About 25 supporters exited the Foggy Bottom Metro Station and were immediately engulfed by hundreds of counterprotesters.
As the graduating seniors leave their positions, please consider making a donation in honor of the Class of 2018.
The Society of Professional Journalists recognized The Hatchet with three awards at an annual collegiate journalism competition last week.
The Hatchet is seeking a skilled web developer to join our team this spring.
We crunched the numbers and compared restaurant week specials with each menu option’s regular prices to line up the best deals.