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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Twitter/@Victorcha | Victor Cha serves as founding chair of the Asian Studies Program and chair of the Government Department.

SFS Professor Recognized for Public Service

By Caleigh Keating September 7, 2023

Victor Cha, a government professor in Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service (SFS), won a prestigious award for his research on political science and his public service. He was honored at...

Georgetown University  |  Georgetown will hold its first Summer Institute in Law and Practice this year, designed for currently matriculated undergraduate students to explore the legal field.

Georgetown Launches Undergraduate Summer Institute in Law, Practice

By Emily Han March 31, 2023

Georgetown is creating a new Summer Institute in Law and Practice, a ten-week program for matriculated undergraduate students to deeply explore legal studies and practice. The institute, which the...

COURTESY GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY GLOBAL CITIES | Charles Kings Gods of the Upper Air takes its title from the perspective Zora Hurston thought made for better anthropology, as opposed to the perspective of the gods of the pigeonholes.

GU Professor Wins Prestigious History Prize for Biography of Revolutionary Anthropologists

By Harrison Lee June 18, 2020

Government department chair Charles King received the 2020 Francis Parkman Prize for his book about a small group of cultural anthropologists working at the beginning of the 20th century. “Gods of...

GU Launches Government BA/MA Program

By Gene Choi October 21, 2014

The government department established a new democracy and governance B.A./M.A. program, allowing undergraduate students to graduate in five years with both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in a specific...


Panel Stresses Significance of Indian Elections

By Sam Abrams April 8, 2014

Monday marked the first day of the 2014 Indian general election, which will span a record 36 days, culminating May 12. Voting will take place in all 543 constituency districts of India to elect members...

For 2 Professors, Like Father, Like Son

By Madeleine Thornburn March 21, 2014

Underclassmen looking to take “International Relations” with professor Keir Lieber this semester may have been confused after searching his last name on MyAccess and finding mainly courses above...

Joining the Academy

By The Editorial Board August 27, 2010

For those of you entering the gates of Georgetown for the first time, the university can feel like a world away from anything previously known. It is, in fact, a refuge - a place of contemplative thought...

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