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The 14 priests named in this report lived and worked in all corners of our university — not lurking, but playing prominent roles in the academic, spiritual and moral development of thousands of ...
First-year mid-distance runner Tinoda Matsatsa broke the NCAA indoor record for the 1000m with a time of 2:18.05 at the Hokie Invitational on Jan. 20 and 21. Georgetown women’s basketball dominated on ...
Georgetown University’s chapter of Students Demand Action (SDA), a gun violence awareness and advocacy group, hosted a vigil Jan. 24 in Red Square to honor victims of gun violence. Georgetown ...
As Georgetown University has committed itself as an institution dedicated to reconciling with the impact and resulting obligations of the legacy of slavery, The Hoya seeks to investigate what exactly ...
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The Opinion section is excited and honored to share with you the Spring 2023 LGBTQ+ Identity Special Issue. In this issue, we welcome the perspectives of eight authors who share their experience with ...
Since 1920, The Hoya has served Georgetown University and the Georgetown neighborhood as the university’s newspaper of record. The Hoya provides a community for students regardless of prior experience ...
Annie Stegall (CAS ’26) points out that legacy admissions have impacts that reach beyond diversity stats and encourages students to resist the culture of social exclusion that emerges as a result of ...
With a coveted history encompassing ’80s glory, a national championship and the modern Ed Cooley era, Georgetown basketball is the crown jewel of a coveted sports history on The Hilltop that students ...
Andre Albrecht (CAS ’27) weighs in on Paul King’s new take on the iconic Roald Dahl character. Andre Albrecht (CAS ’27) critiques the surface-level underdog story of “The Boys in the Boat.” REVIEW | ...
In Shiva Ranganathan’s (SOH ’27) first column of “The Policy Prognosis,” he spotlights the issues surrounding non-profit healthcare systems and provides potential solutions for increasing the quality ...