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.