Following a comprehensive web redesign, The GW Hatchet has removed the comments section from its website. The Hatchet is the latest in a series of news organizations to remove the comments section from their websites over the last few years. “The Hatchet aims to use
Nearly two years into a court battle between the District of Columbia and the student-run GW Hatchet newspaper over a disputed property tax bill of $17,000, the D.C. Mayor’s Office said it is hoping to “bury the hatchet without burying the Hatchet.” John Falcicchio, chief
The District of Columbia is locked in a nearly two-year court battle against the student-run GW Hatchet at The George Washington University over a disputed property tax bill of $17,000, threatening the financial status of the second-oldest newspaper in the city. In March 2015, the
Student media across the nation as been feeling the censorship heat – according to a new study.