Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Taking the Extra Step

Taking the Extra Step

By Michelle Vassilev, Editor in Chief April 30, 2024

It is The Hoya’s tradition that each editor in chief of the newspaper publishes an exit piece on a topic of their choice at the end of their tenure.  On a chilly fall morning, I found myself on the...

Courtesy of Evie Steele

Evie Steele to Serve as The Hoya’s Next Editor in Chief

By Michelle Vassilev, Editor in Chief April 30, 2024

The Hoya selected Evie Steele (SFS ’26) as its new editor in chief. Steele, a regional and comparative studies major with a minor in Chinese, is the 151st editor in chief of The Hoya, Georgetown University’s...

The Hoya Wins Two Categories in Bunn Awards, Named Finalist in Others

The Hoya Wins Two Categories in Bunn Awards, Named Finalist in Others

By Michelle Vassilev, Editor in Chief April 29, 2024

Georgetown University’s Journalism Program selected The Hoya for four awards and two honorable mentions at a ceremony for the Edward B. Bunn Awards for Journalistic Excellence, a series of prizes that...

Aspen Nguyen/The Hoya | The Hoya’s new website includes easy access to each section’s content and interactive features like crossword puzzles.

Meet The Hoya’s New Website

By Michelle Vassilev, Editor in Chief March 31, 2024

The Hoya is eager to welcome you to its new website. Since launching the website last month, The Hoya has worked hard to improve the organization, aesthetics and versatility of the site before sharing...

Michelle Vassilev/The Hoya | After taking the lead several times during the game, The Hoyas lost 86-78 to St. Johns at Madison Square Garden in their last regular-season game.

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Late Mistakes Cost Hoyas in Road Loss to St. John’s

By Michelle Vassilev and Evie Steele March 11, 2024

In a tight affair, the Georgetown University men’s basketball team (9-22, 2-18 Big East) failed to fend off the St. John’s Red Storm (19-12, 11-9 Big East) in their last regular-season game, falling...

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