When students die on campus, it’s the toughest story our reporters cover. As a media outlet, we are obligated to serve the public interest by pursuing the truth because without a full set of facts, community healing can be upended by rumors and hearsay.
Due to a developing story about a death investigation on the Mount Vernon Campus, The Hatchet has removed April Fools’ Day content from our home page and stopped spoof stories from publishing to our social media accounts.
We invited @FakeHatchet to join our newspaper – known as The Butter Knife for today – and serve as a guest editor for our annual parody issue.
The Hatchet is looking for undergraduate or graduate students to serve as an accounting assistant.
The Hatchet is seeking copy editors who love good writing, cringe at grammatical errors and have a knack for AP Style.
Gurciullo, who is double majoring in political science and journalism, will lead The Hatchet for its 111th year starting in May.
You should know that the top leaders of the law and business schools this year have made sure you aren’t getting the full story.
The Hatchet is seeking ambitious, tech-savvy designers with a passion for sleek and modern looks on the web.
There’s a unconscious connection between people who are studying, working or living at GW. Most of us make this place part of our lives because, like the University’s old tagline used to say, “something happens here.”
ProPublica, an investigative news organization, named The Hatchet’s story on GW’s misrepresentation of an admissions policy one of the best pieces of education reporting of 2013.