Starting this volume on a platform grounded in reform, The Hatchet is placing diversity, equity and inclusion at the forefront of our mission.
The Hatchet was selected as the best college newspaper in its region at an annual journalism awards ceremony Saturday.
Wardwell’s goals for the paper include building diversity, equity and inclusion and addressing mental health among staff members
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The Associated Collegiate Press named The GW Hatchet one of the best student newspapers in the country, the ACP announced Tuesday.
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.