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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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In adding two solid victories under its belt, the Georgetown women’s soccer team wrap up its non-conference play and establish dominance against Ivy League schools Princeton and Columbia.
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4E gives you an exclusive sneak preview of all of tonight's competitors for the Georgetown Program Board’s annual Mr. Georgetown competition.
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. made emergency contraceptive Plan B One-Step available to students on campus free of charge for the first time on Monday.
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In this week’s edition of Free Kick, argues that star soccer player Lionel Messi deserves continued recognition for his statistical dominance and style of play.
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EDITORIAL: “The university should join the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s U-Pass program, providing fully-subsidized Metro cards for all full-time undergraduate and graduate students.”
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In an attempt to yank at the viewers’ heart strings, “Life Itself” commodifies tragedy and leaves the viewer reeling from a film oversaturated with contrived emotion.
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UNITE HERE Local 23, the labor union representing Aramark employees, along with two former Aramark employees of Bulldog Tavern, filed a lawsuit Aug. 20 against Epicurean and Company for alleged workers’ rights violations.
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1,376 individuals have signed a petition urging Georgetown University to revoke the honorary degrees of Cardinals Donald Wuerl and Theodore McCarrick for their roles in widespread reported sexual misconduct within the Catholic Church.
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Juan Martinez (SFS ’20), the former transition chair of the Georgetown University Student Association senate, is the new GUSA president, effective Sept. 16, replacing Sahil Nair (SFS ’19), who resigned Sept. 11.
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The Hoya 9h
EDITORIAL: Administrators who rely on student support are best evaluated by the individuals with a vested interest in their job performance and an established understanding of the responsibilities the job carries.
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Seth Owen (SFS ’22) sits down with The Hoya to discuss his viral story, being on and his plans for the future.
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The Hoya Sep 20
Ken Bensinger, a Buzzfeed news reporter, spoke this week in a discussion at Georgetown University about the impacts beyond the sport of corruption within soccer governing organizations globally.
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The Hoya Sep 20
OPINION: Government attempts to micromanage human populations are distasteful at best and loathsome at worst.
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The Hoya Sep 20
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer criticized the media and academia at-large for traditionally leaning left at an event on Monday cohosted by and
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The Hoya Sep 20
OPINION: There is an old Jesuit saying, Age quod agis. Quite simply, it means, “do what you are doing.” In moments of confusion or betrayal or stress or crisis, stick with the tasks that you have at hand
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The Hoya Sep 19
What does your list of favorite childhood books say about you? Julia Usiak explores this question as she puts together a list for her future daughter.
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The Hoya Sep 19
While Carrie Underwood continues to wow with her unbelievable voice, her newest album lacks authentic growth.
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The Hoya Sep 19
OPINION: The onus is still heavily on Epicurean and Georgetown to prove that the former is now a responsible employer.
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The Hoya Sep 18
Retired General Wesley Clark, a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, will be one of five School of Foreign Service centennial fellows this year.
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The Hoya Sep 18
Although the “Aubrey and the Three Amigos” tour implied Drake and Migos are on equal footing, the audience’s muted reaction to the “Three Amigos” reaffirmed Drake as the true superstar.
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