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REDDY: Invest in the CALL

REDDY: Invest in the CALL

By Anvitha Reddy November 12, 2023

Downtown Washington, D.C. is lined with the newest trend in academia: satellite campuses — and Georgetown University seems to be embracing it. Study abroad has been a part of the college experiences...

VIEWPOINT: Establish Bottle Returns in D.C.

VIEWPOINT: Establish Bottle Returns in D.C.

By Shreya Kalra, Mark Kuo, and Naya Karam October 19, 2023

The state of recycling in the District is rubbish.  Communities in Wards 7 and 8, regions east of the Anacostia River, are disproportionately subjected to the health disparities associated with...

RIVERS: Combat Queer Homelessness

RIVERS: Combat Queer Homelessness

By Grace Rivers October 13, 2023

Washington, D.C. has long been regarded as a safe haven for members of the LGBTQ+ community on account of its impressive queer population.  With 10% of residents self-identifying as LGBTQ+, the...

Congresswoman Norton Introduces Bill for Local DC Prosecutor

Congresswoman Norton Introduces Bill for Local DC Prosecutor

By Connor Thomas February 8, 2019

Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.) introduced a bill to establish a local prosecutor for Washington, D.C. on Jan. 31 as part of a larger push for autonomy in the District. Currently, federal prosecutors...

Johns Hopkins to Buy Newseum Building for Grad Programs

By Meredith Miller January 29, 2019

Johns Hopkins University is set to purchase the Newseum building, with plans to convert the space to hold its Washington, D.C.-based graduate programs, according to a Jan. 25 announcement from the university. The...

RICHARD SCHOFIELD THE HOYA | Since Jan. 1, 2019, there have been 12 Washington D.C. homicides. A representative for the Maryland Police Department attributed the increased homicide rates to frequent use of guns.

DC Experienced Record-High Homicide Rates Early in 2019

By Dustin Hartuv January 18, 2019

Washington, D.C., experienced 12 homicides as of Jan. 17, more than double the number reported at this time in 2018, according to the Metropolitan Police Department. The homicide data follows the deadliest...

What to Expect During Semi Formal Szn

What to Expect During Semi Formal Szn

By Jenna Ryu and Jenna Ryu November 26, 2018

In between the time of the turkey and the weeks of Michael Bublé and Mariah Carey Christmas carols, Georgetown celebrates another special season: Semi Formal Szn. Around this time, the Facebook notifications...

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DC Jazz Landscape Adapts to Evolving Challenges

By Sarah Cammarota and Nick Okerlund November 2, 2018

Despite being a fixture of Washington, D.C.’s rich and multifaceted history of jazz for almost a century, the Bohemian Caverns finally shut down in the face of financial struggle that had plagued...

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Georgetown University education, inquiry and justice professor Emily Gasoi is running to represent Washington, D.C. Ward 1 on the State Board of Education.

Professor Runs for State Board of Education

By Sana Rahman November 2, 2018

The race for Washington, D.C. Ward 1 representative for the State Board of Education includes Georgetown University education, inquiry and justice professor Emily Gasoi and alumnus Jason Andrean (MSB...

Halloween Costumes for Hoyas From Every School

Halloween Costumes for Hoyas From Every School

By Layla Moghavem and Layla Moghavem October 16, 2018

Fellow Hoyas, prepare yourselves. Spooky szn is descending upon us — and no, I’m not referring to the sudden ubiquity of dead rodents on campus. That’s right: It’s almost Halloween, and if you’re...

25 Things That Lasted Longer Than Pete and Ariana’s Relationship

25 Things That Lasted Longer Than Pete and Ariana’s Relationship

By Jenna Ryu and Jenna Ryu October 16, 2018

Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande have broken up. I can’t say I’m surprised, but at the same time, I am. On the bright side, it beats Kim Kardashian's 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries. Here are 20...

10 Reasons You Should Buy Basketball Season Tickets

10 Reasons You Should Buy Basketball Season Tickets

By Laura Bell and Laura Bell October 14, 2018

Many years ago, the mere thought of writing this article would have been absurd. There was once a time when school spirit was high, lottery picks roamed the Hilltop and students needed no convincing when...

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