The Hatchet was honored for its coverage in breaking news, general news, feature writing, video, podcast, data visualization, photography and opinions writing.
DeGroot – a journalism major and junior from Longmont, Colorado – will lead the paper’s 118’s volume, which starts in May.
The pandemic has shed light on the importance of independent student journalism, even when it’s perennially threatened by finances.
The Associated Collegiate Press named The Hatchet one of the best online college newspapers in the country Thursday.
ACP selected The Hatchet as finalists for best online college newspaper, reporter of the year, sports game story of the year, best social media reporting and best blog.
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.
Students have turned to social media to share their grievances and experiences, and we hope to amplify their voices.
We will continue to release updates daily. Beginning April 13, we plan to publish one edition per week.
Roach – a journalism major and junior from Danvers, Massachusetts – is the third editor in Hatchet history to serve for two terms.