Pop Culture dictionary Hatters or Hatter June 8, 2018 Who are the Hatters? A Hatter is a student or member of the athletic program at Stetson University in Florida. Related words: Sooner War Eagle Roll Tide Where does Hatters come from? Examples of Hatters You want to fight bro? #GoHatters @TheCraigEvans, June, 2018 I am extremely blessed and honored to receive my first Division 1 offer to play football at Stetson University! #GoHatters @MV_Star2, April, 2017 Hard to believe I have a 19 year old son today. Happy Birthday Matt and #GoHatters! @m_j_p_5 @RealCJ10, March, 2017 SEE MORE EXAMPLES Who uses Hatters? If you’re a student at Stetson or a big fan, it’s almost guaranteed that you’ll use the hashtag “#GoHatters” online and sing the school fight song with the chant “Let’s GO, HATTERS, GO!” You might shout out about your “#StetsonHatters” too. If you’re not associated with the school, you may associate the term with the “Mad” Hatter of Alice and Wonderland. But, you might want to keep that one under your … well … hat, around the school. They’ve moved on from that version of John B. to his present-day cowboy look. Just Added Black Music Appreciation Month, Older Americans Month, Mental Health Awareness Month, Jewish American Heritage Month, Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Note This is not meant to be a formal definition of Hatters like most terms we define on Dictionary.com, but is rather an informal word summary that hopefully touches upon the key aspects of the meaning and usage of Hatters that will help our users expand their word mastery.