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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

John Perry Miller / X | A rise in card scamming in DC may put Georgetown community members at risk, as a customer found a card skimmer at the Wisconsin avenue Safeway.

Georgetown Safeway Shopper Stops Card Skimmer Scam

By Patrick Clapsaddle April 19, 2024

A Washington, D.C., resident discovered a credit card skimmer at the Georgetown neighborhood Safeway April 10, one of five such scams discovered in the District in recent weeks. The apparent uptick...

@GUPolitics / X | Electoral experts spotlighted the advantages and benefits of ranked choice voting in a discussion titled How to Fix our Broken Politics hosted by Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service (GU Politics) and voting rights organization FairVote on April 17.

Panelists Discuss Ranked-Choice Voting and Polarization With GU Politics

By Ruth Abramovitz April 19, 2024

Panelists argued ranked-choice voting produces more democratic elections and decreases polarization and apathy in a Georgetown University Institute of Politics and Public Service (GU Politics) event April...

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Hoyas in Senegal: Culture, History Coalesce

By Sophia Lu April 13, 2024

Touching down on the tarmac of the Blaise Diagne International Airport near Dakar, Senegal, marked just about 18 hours after leaving Georgetown University’s campus. While driving to the Dakar American...

Jack Willis / The Hoya | Flights into Washington may soon land at a newly-renamed Donald J. Trump International Airport if a cohort of House Republicans can pass their bill.

From Dulles to Donald: Republicans Move to Rename Virginia Airport

By Jack Willis April 6, 2024

If legislators pass a bill recently introduced in the House of Representatives, students and tourists flying into the nation’s capital may soon find themselves landing at the Donald J. Trump International...

Jack Willis / The Hoya | Georgetown University students and faculty will join delegations from 13 other Catholic universities in traveling to Rome, Italy in October 2024 to attend a global meeting of members and clergy in the Catholic Church.

GU Delegation to Attend Catholic Synod in Rome

By Jack Willis April 6, 2024

A group of Georgetown University students and faculty will travel to Rome, Italy, in October 2024 to attend a global meeting of members and clergy in the Catholic Church. Applications are currently...

President DeGioia Calls for Ceasefire in Gaza, Return of Hostages

President DeGioia Calls for Ceasefire in Gaza, Return of Hostages

By Jack Willis April 2, 2024

This story was updated April 5 to reflect ongoing developments. CW: This article discusses violence and death in Israel and Gaza. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources. Georgetown...

Catherine Alaimo and Jack Willis / The Hoya | Rudy Rochman, the fourth Israeli soldier to speak at Georgetown this semester, condemned antisemitism and called for Israeli-Palestinian coexistence amid protests inside and outside of the event.

Students Protest as IDF Soldier Speaks on Gaza, Campus Dialogue

By Jack Willis and Catherine Alaimo March 23, 2024

CW: This article discusses violence and death in Israel and Gaza, as well as antisemitism. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources. A soldier from the Israel Defense...

Hoyas in Thessaloniki: Hellenic Charm Meets Fabled Past

Hoyas in Thessaloniki: Hellenic Charm Meets Fabled Past

By Jack Willis March 15, 2024

Gazing from a monastery far above the port city of Thessaloniki, Greece, onlookers are met with endless vistas of the Aegean Sea and the swoops and songs of gulls. The second-largest Greek city is full...

I wasn’t exactly sure what this was when I took the photo but I now know it’s a post box. Isn’t this just gorgeous? We should replace all our navy ones with pretty red ones. Think of how pretty the streets would look.

Hoyas in England: Red, Gray and London

By Cynthia Chen March 15, 2024

Books, pubs and gray skies are typically what one would associate with London. The gray skies were definitely true, although I was very lucky and it didn’t rain at all during my time there, but I also...

Hoyas in the UK: Mind the Gap!

Hoyas in the UK: Mind the Gap!

By Ana Tucholski March 15, 2024

As expected, when my redeye flight landed in London… it was raining. Stepping off the stairway, my friends and I were met with a cold breeze and sprinkles of rain, but once we made our way through customs,...

Hoyas in Clearwater: Floridian Sun, Gulf Breeze

Hoyas in Clearwater: Floridian Sun, Gulf Breeze

By Kate Hwang and Laura Kopec March 15, 2024

A scenic drive down the Dunedin Causeway, which is lined with palm trees and always has a breeze of fresh sea air, takes you to the white sand beaches of Clearwater Beach and Honeymoon Island State Park....

Hoyas in Vail: A Person Who Can Ski, Not A ‘Skier’

Hoyas in Vail: A Person Who Can Ski, Not A ‘Skier’

By Lauren Doherty March 15, 2024

I learned how to ski when I was eight years old on the meager mountains in northern Connecticut that had little more than a bunny slope and magic carpet-style ski lift. As a kid, I traveled annually to...

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