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The Hoya Apr 19
The Georgetown men’s lacrosse team returned to the top 20 rankings after a 16-13 victory over the Villanova Wildcats.
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The Hoya Apr 19
The Georgetown sailing team placed first overall in the conference championship, the Prosser Trophy Regatta.
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The Hoya Apr 19
The Georgetown women’s golf team ends its regular season with a first-place finish at the Hoya Invitational, while the men’s team produced a 12th place finish at the Rutherford Intercollegiate.
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The Hoya Apr 18
The Georgetown men’s track and field team picked up two first-place wins, while the women’s team finished third overall at the George Mason Spring Invitational.
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The Hoya Apr 18
The Georgetown men's tennis team finished off the regular season with a win over the Morgan State Bears, while the women's team won two of three.
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The Hoya Apr 18
The Georgetown women's crew team found plenty of success at the Knecht Cup, while the men's heavyweight and lightweight teams fell short at The George Washington Invitational and the J.J. Forster Cup.
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The Hoya Apr 18
An eclectic mix of ill-prepared numbers, the New York City Ballet’s latest show at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts offers a mildly disappointing but still promising glimpse of the dance company’s true potential.
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The Hoya Apr 17
. Constitutional Council Chief Justice William Morris (COL ’19) is facing a challenge to the constitutionality of his extended tenure ahead of tonight's council meeting on the constitutionality of the GU272 referendum.
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The Hoya Apr 17
OPINION: Although she initially found it difficult to understand the practicality of praying in adoration, Savannah Willard (COL ’22) now recognizes the important role that praying in adoration plays in both the religious and secular worlds.
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The Hoya Apr 17
Seven of the 18 newly elected 2019-20 senators are women, marking a rise in representation for women compared to previous elections.
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The Hoya Apr 17
"Hello Again," a musical produced by Mask and Bauble, creatively explores love and lust through a series of two-person vignettes.
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The Hoya Apr 17
In an interview with The Hoya, discussed his experiences working on HBO’s award-winning series, “Barry,” for which he is the creator, director and lead actor.
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The Hoya Apr 17
.'s debut album “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?” affirms her position as a pop superstar.
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The Hoya Apr 17
Student activists and other community members hold a victory rally after Georgetown University food service workers reached a tentative contract agreement with the university’s food service provider,
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The Hoya Apr 17
The Blommer Science Library will close permanently within the next six to 12 months due to the planned renovation of the Reiss Science Building. Materials and services will be transferred to Lauinger Library.
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The Hoya Apr 16
Despite leading the Georgetown men’s basketball team to a promising season, Head Coach Patrick Ewing (CAS ’85) has a number of improvements to make for next season.
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The Hoya Apr 16
Although Jordan Peele's "Us" boasts some brilliant acting performances from its cast, it is difficult to wade through its mix of competing ideas and emerge with any productive insights.
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The Hoya Apr 16
In balancing her adult and youthful identities, (COL '20) looks to Ian McEwan’s 1994 novella “The Daydreamer,” in which Peter Fortune reminds the reader to daydream and hold onto childhood whimsicality.
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The Hoya Apr 16
Through its on-campus programming, this year’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month will emphasize diversity and the narratives of marginalized communities.
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The Hoya Apr 15
. Constitutional Council to hear a suit filed by Rowan Saydlowski (COL ’21) and Chris Castaldi-Moller (SFS ’21), who aim to overturn the GU272 referendum by claiming that the vote breached the GUSA constitution.
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