Where I believe our biggest failure in recent history lies is in the stories we have not reported – but had a responsibility to cover.
The Society of Professional Journalists selected The Hatchet as winners for four regional awards and finalists for six awards in an annual journalism competition.
Approved referendums would press officials to allow the SA president voting power on the Board of Trustees and recognize graduate student workers as a union.
Students have turned to social media to share their grievances and experiences, and we hope to amplify their voices.
Students said the Facebook page Overheard at GW has helped them navigate the deluge of updates from the University response to COVID-19.
We will continue to release updates daily. Beginning April 13, we plan to publish one edition per week.
University President Thomas LeBlanc said “we don’t have enough tests” to screen all patients exhibiting symptoms consistent with COVID-19 for the virus.
SA Sen. Howard Brookins, U-at-Large, entered the race Tuesday on a platform to provide financial assistance to low-income students and address racial issues.
We have brought you coverage and commentary on some of the biggest events of the year at GW, but we cannot keep up our work without the support of our readers.
The Hatchet is one of 40 two- and four-year student newspapers named finalists for an online Pacemaker award.