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

VIEWPOINT: End FGLI Internship Disparities

VIEWPOINT: End FGLI Internship Disparities

By Anna Lim September 1, 2023

Summer is not technically over yet, but your LinkedIn feed might indicate otherwise with its endless stream of: I’m so grateful to announce that I have just completed my Civil Rights and Civil Liberties...

Kirk Zieser/The Hoya | Limited on-campus dining options and an inability to use meal swipes left many Georgetown students without food security over the Thanksgiving break.

Students Express Concerns About Food Insecurity Over Thanksgiving Break

By Nicolas Bocock December 3, 2021

Over 50 students came forward with concerns about food insecurity over the Thanksgiving break period. Only one Georgetown University dining facility, Epicurean and Company, remained open through the...

EDITORIAL: Commend Student Activism

EDITORIAL: Commend Student Activism

By Editorial Board October 14, 2021

After nearly three months of student-led advocacy against the move, Georgetown University announced in an Oct. 11 email that the office of the Georgetown Scholars Program (GSP) will return to the iconic...

The Black Book of Georgetown Documents Resources, Chronicles History

The Black Book of Georgetown Documents Resources, Chronicles History

By Ashley Zhao September 24, 2020

When Josiah Laney (SFS ’21) first arrived at Georgetown University, he did not get a haircut during the fall semester because he did not know where to find a Black barbershop in Washington, D.C., or...

VIEWPOINT: Ensure Aid for Struggling Students

VIEWPOINT: Ensure Aid for Struggling Students

By William Hockaday May 22, 2020

CW: Homelessness, starvation and mention of suicide attempt There’s a common misconception that low-income students pay nothing to attend universities like Georgetown University. Sometimes we pay...

KIKI SCHMALFULSS FOR THE HOYA | Students report inadequate care at the Student Health Center, alongside a lack of transparency surrounding Georgetowns health insurance plan.

GU Health Services Lack Adequate Accessibility for Students

By Kirsten Garino January 31, 2020

After several days of fever and achiness to start his sophomore year at Georgetown University, Niels Ruigrok (COL ’22) visited the Student Health Center on Sept. 10, 2019, where a doctor diagnosed him...

LOVE: Finding Community in GSP

LOVE: Finding Community in GSP

By Caitland Love September 13, 2019

The first night I spent at Georgetown University was at the university hotel, with my mom and I in a bed and my dad on a couch somewhere. I spent the night in stressful tears that didn’t subside when...


Georgetown Opens Student Equity and Inclusion Office

By Riley Rogerson May 15, 2019

The university announced the creation of the Office of Student Equity and Inclusion as well as the appointment of its associate vice president for student equity and inclusion to improve resources for...


3rd Annual UndocuWeek Features Expanded Programming

By Myroslav April 11, 2019

A Georgetown University group that promotes accessible education for youth without documentation hosted three more events than last year and increased the number of co-sponsorship opportunities with student...

GSP/FACEBOOK | The Georgetown Scholarship Program held its inaugural speaker series event Thursday as part of its annual GSP Advocacy Week.

GSP Debuts Speaker Series, Celebrates Advocacy Week

By Ashley Zhao March 22, 2019

The Georgetown Scholars Program emphasized allyship through its family dinner, a film screening and the organization’s first speaker series event during its fifth annual GSP Advocacy Week, also known...

Jim Gaffigan (MSB 88), John Mulaney (COL 04) and Mike Birbiglia (COL 04) perform at a New York City comedy fundraiser to benefit the Georgetown Scholarship Program on Jan. 14.

Notable Comedian Alumni Raise $1 Million for GSP

By Myroslav January 25, 2019

Comedians Jim Gaffigan (MSB ’88), Mike Birbiglia (COL ’00) and John Mulaney (COL ’04) raised $1 million at a New York City comedy fundraiser for the Georgetown Scholars Program to benefit low-income...


GSP Holds 8th Annual Style Workshop for Women at LOFT

By Walker Miller November 30, 2018

More than 100 senior women in the Georgetown Scholarship Program attended the eighth annual LOFT Styling Workshop earlier this month to learn tips for dressing in the workplace and select professional...

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