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The Hoya, founded 1920, is the largest student-run newspaper serving Georgetown University and the D.C. community. We also include .
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OPINION: To minimize ableism, we need to acknowledge disability as a normal part of human diversity — an identity like any other, rather than a deficiency or inferiority.
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The Hoya Jan 15
With powerful and entertaining songs, riveting performances and an eager crowd, O.A.R did not disappoint in its return to the D.C.-Maryland-Virginia area.
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The Hoya Jan 15
OPINION: Recognizing Niedfield, who dedicated her life to others and served people in need worldwide, would bring attention to one of the most incredible students to graduate from the university.
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The Hoya Jan 10
Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney (SFS ’89) began his tenure as acting White House Chief of Staff on January 2.
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The Hoya Jan 10
Georgetown University offered admission to 11.78 percent of applicants through its early action program, a record low even as the number of early applications fell from last year’s record high.
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The Hoya Dec 27
After the most successful season in the program’s history, the Georgetown women’s soccer team has cemented its place as one of the powerhouses of NCAA Division I women’s soccer, despite playing in the Big East, a non-“Power Five” conference.
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The Hoya Dec 27
Kathleen Kraninger (LAW ’07) was confirmed as the new director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau by the U.S. Senate in a 50-49 vote Dec. 6.
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The Hoya Dec 22
Despite leading by 13 points at halftime, the Georgetown men’s basketball team could not hold on to its lead in a 72-71 loss to longtime rival Syracuse University.
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The Hoya Dec 22
A universitywide proposal banning firearms, weapons and explosives on campus was unanimously approved by Georgetown University’s faculty senate Nov. 28.
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The Hoya Dec 19
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The source of the fire has been determined, according to Georgetown. Residents of the first floor of New South Hall have been relocated to the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center.
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The Hoya Dec 19
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Georgetown University has reported that the fire is on New South 1. D.C. Fire and EMS is on the scene.
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The Hoya Dec 19
: A fire has been reported on Georgetown’s main campus. New South Hall and the Healey Family Student Center are currently being evacuated.
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The Hoya Dec 10
HoyaTHON became the largest first-year dance marathon in D.C. and set the record for day-of fundraising for all first-year programs at Children’s National.
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The Hoya Dec 10
Members of the Georgetown Solidarity Committee called for a plan to protect university workers assigned to clean mold in a letter delivered to to the office of University President John J. DeGioia.
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The Hoya Dec 10
Founder and CEO of Mary’s Center, a prenatal care clinic for immigrant women in Washington, D.C., Maria Gomez (NUR ’77) celebrated the foundation’s 30th anniversary at a reception in Riggs Library on Nov. 28.
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The Hoya Dec 10
OPINION: Brexit was never going to be a painless process. Those who claimed that it would be were either lying through their teeth or had their heads stuck in the clouds.
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The Hoya Dec 9
At an event hosted by the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life, panelists emphasized Catholics’ finding strength from unity in their religious community amid political polarization and the clerical abuse scandal.
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The Hoya Dec 9
OPINION: To reduce any possibility of the United States and China falling into the Thucydides Trap, both countries should pursue cooperative measures instead of seeking confrontation, especially on trade.
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The Hoya Dec 9
Viewers who have anticipated an exhilarating return to the magical world of Harry Potter will be disappointed by the second installation of J.K. Rowling’s spin­off series, “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald."
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The Hoya Dec 9
Despite the LGBTQ Center and the Crossroads Living Learning Community, queer students still face many difficulties, such as tokenization and institutional shortcomings.
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