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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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The Hoya Jan 20
New regulations banning businesses or organizations in Washington, D.C., from providing single-use plastic straws and stirrers when selling food or beverages took effect Jan. 1.
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The Hoya Jan 20
OPINION: What would our semester look like if we approached it with the same grandness and seriousness of vision of Walsh and that first group of faculty and students in 1919?
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The Hoya Jan 20
The mean grade point average in all undergraduate courses taken in the McDonough School of Business will now be capped at 3.5 out of 4.0 in an effort to decrease competition among students.
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The Hoya Jan 20
The Hoya Hub, an on-campus food pantry, has expanded to 130 signups in the three months since its opening, but more may be utilizing the pantry, as the Hoya Hub does not track exact usage statistics
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The Hoya Jan 20
Speaker Pelosi and House Democratic leaders endorsed the Washington, D.C. Admission Act, which would make D.C. the 51st state in the United States.
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The Hoya Jan 20
With a menu focusing half on Chinese cuisine and the other half on Korean, CHIKO, offers a new spin on an Asian culinary experience.
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The Hoya Jan 20
Changes to Title IX regulations proposed by Students Taking Action Against Interpersonal Violence received push back from University administration at a meeting Tuesday.
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The Hoya Jan 20
FROM THE ARCHIVES: Despite the fact that Georgetown has produced a slew of successful musical talent that includes Grammy winners and big recording stars, most of these figures remain unknown to us.
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The Hoya Jan 19
Cardinal Donald Wuerl knew of sexual assault allegations against former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick as early as 2004, 14 years early than his previous statements suggest. Both men hold honorary degrees from Georgetown.
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The Hoya Jan 19
Georgetown University signed on to a Dec. 21 amicus brief in a lawsuit challenging a recent immigration policy change that tightens regulations on visas for international students studying in the United States.
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The Hoya Jan 19
Trying to replicate the late-game magic from this weekend, freshman guard James Akinjo could not convert at the rim, causing the Georgetown men’s basketball team to lose in a tight contest against No. 15 Marquette 74-71.
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The Hoya Jan 19
As reflects on the origins of the New Year’s anthem “Auld Lang Syne,” she begins to appreciate more of the holiday than just midnight cheers.
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The Hoya Jan 19
A recent endowment from Paul Pelosi (SFS ’62) and Speaker Nancy Pelosi allows the Paul F. Pelosi Public Service Scholars Program to continue aid to students pursuing careers in public service.
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The Hoya Jan 19
The ongoing government shutdown has resulted in hundreds of federal employees being instructed to work without pay, national tourist attractions remaining closed and local businesses having to alter daily operations.
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The Hoya Jan 19
Metropolitan Police Department reported 12 homicides in Washington, D.C., as of Jan. 17, more than double the number reported at this time in 2018.
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The Hoya Jan 19
The Georgetown men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams returned to McCarthy Pool on Saturday afternoon to host hometown rivals The George Washington University and American University and celebrate their 11 graduating seniors for senior day.
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The Hoya Jan 19
. senate began initial deliberations Tuesday on a referendum allowing students to voice support on whether to pay reparations to the current descendants of the 272 slaves sold to benefit Georgetown.
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The Hoya Jan 19
Attempting to capture the same success as its French counterpart, “Les Intouchables,” “The Upside” is a heartwarming and feel-good story that simultaneously makes social commentary.
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The Hoya Jan 19
Interested in becoming a part of a legacy 99 years in the making? Come check out The Hoya at CAB Fair!
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The Hoya Jan 19
OPINION: As I emerged from puberty, an era in which my cravings felt disgusting and embarrassing, dating apps provided a forum to shamelessly entertain my need for attention and intimate interaction.
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