For more than a century, The GW Hatchet has provided the first draft of GW’s history. It has also served as a home away from home for generations of journalism and business students who built lifelong friendships, professional skills, andmemories at The Hatchet.

About two decades after becoming its own non-for-profit in 1993, The Hatchet took the final step toward complete financial and editorial independence—finding a home of its own. Instead of the small, crowded, and woefully inadequate townhouse it used to rent from GW, The Hatchet today has a facility of its own—spacious, equipped for 21st-century journalism, collaborative, and a strong financial investment.

But The Hatchet still needs your help paying for its new home. Help guarantee the futures of hundreds of future journalists by donating today. If you prefer to give through the GW donation portal, please click here.