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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

YICHU HUANG FOR THE HOYA | Georgetown’s partnership with the Bikeshare program will decrease membership costs from $85 to $25 for all Georgetown students.

GU Announces Initiative To Provide Discounted Rates on Capital Bikeshare Membership

By Meredith Miller November 22, 2019

Georgetown University announced a new low-cost partnership with the Capital Bikeshare University Program to make bicycling more financially accessible for students. Capital Bikeshare allows users the...

California: Even More Ridiculous Than You Think

California: Even More Ridiculous Than You Think

By Marina Smith and Marina Smith May 17, 2015

If you go to Georgetown, chances are you know someone (or five-hundred someones) from California. If you know someone from California, you have definitely had to suffer through multiple conversations about...

D.C.’s Capital Bikeshare program offers bicycle rentals in the District.

DC Capital Bikeshare Unaffected by Takeover

By Xinlan Hu November 11, 2014

The operations of the Washington, D.C. Capital Bikeshare program will continue uninterrupted, after Alta Bicycle Share, its Portland, Ore.-based parent company, has officially been purchased by Bikeshare...

The D.C. Department of Education has proposed biking restrictions around the new streetcar lanes on H Street/Benning Road.

Streetcar Construction on H Street Completed

By Kshithij Shrinath September 5, 2014

As testing continues for the D.C. Streetcar project, operation of the public transportation line is set to begin later this year, after a series of delays plagued the project. Construction is complete...

Bike Lanes: Theyre Almost Here!

Bike Lanes: They’re Almost Here!

By Emily Min and Emily Min February 26, 2014

If you’ve ever walked down M Street, you might have noticed the life-or-death battle happening every day. Is it bikes against cars? Bikes against buses? Bikes against literally every other type of vehicle...

Biking Up the Hilltop

By The Editorial Board February 21, 2014

With a nickname like the Hilltop, it seems implausible that Georgetown would ever receive an award for being friendly to cyclists. Yet, earlier in the academic year, Georgetown became the first school...

Oh, the Places Youll Go with Georgetown Bike Share

Oh, the Places You’ll Go with Georgetown Bike Share

By KP and KP August 29, 2013

Welcome back to the Hilltop, Hoyas! While you're probably anxious to start off the new year on a good foot, here at 4E, we're here to get you off on good wheels – with some help from GUSA, that is....

A View From the Road

By Guadalupe Fernandez April 5, 2013

Last summer, I rode my bike across the country along with three friends from high school to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The trek was in honor of my then-boyfriend’s mother, who...

Simply Science: Why Meat Loaf Helps You Stay in Shape

Simply Science: Why Meat Loaf Helps You Stay in Shape

By Matt Caulfield and Matt Caulfield March 22, 2013

Every morning I take a 10-mile run and immerse myself in the musical stylings of Kelly Clarkson for an hour or two. Actually, that’s completely false (just the first part), but I thought it was a fitting...

A Steady Ride Over Tough Terrain

By Zach Gordon August 29, 2012

Few people know how to respond when tragedy strikes. Many mourn, cry and try to move on. Most people, however, don’t respond by organizing a cross-country bike trip. But three Georgetown students...

The Price is Not Right

By The Editorial Board October 29, 2010

Outside the front gates, students may have noticed a new addition to the neighborhood: a Capital Bikeshare station. Unfortunately, the convenient benefits offered by Bikeshare comes at a price - one unreasonably...

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