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Staffer of the Week: Sheena Karkal

Staffer of the Week: Sheena Karkal

By KP and KP November 3, 2013

Once a week, The Hoya recognizes a staffer that has done a particularly awesome job — now you can get to know about them, too. As part of our Leavey 421 series, we’ll be posting quick interviews with...

The 12 of 12

The 12 of ’12

By Lindsay Lee and Lindsay Lee January 11, 2013

[dmalbum path="/wp-content/uploads/dm-albums/12 of 12/"/] Welcome back to campus, my fellow Hoyas! It is the new year, which means Yates is going to be filled to the brim by the usual "exercise-more-regularly-as-my-new-year's-resolution"...

Panel Discusses Sandy Relief Efforts

By Guthrie Angeles December 7, 2012

The Center for Social Justice and the Jesuit Universities Humanitarian Action Network hosted a panel discussion about Hurricane Sandy relief efforts and past responses to disasters in the Philodemic Room...

Sunday Night Wrapup: We Survived Hurricane Sandy!

By KP and KP November 4, 2012

Well folks, it’s safe to say that this week has been a doozy. We’ve seen two days off from classes, Halloween Weekend Round 2, some of the biggest names in a capella all under one roof… and most...

DC Back in Business In Wake of Sandy

By Penny Hung November 2, 2012

Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc along the Atlantic coast Monday, killing at least 80 and leaving millions without power, but the Washington metropolitan area escaped largely unscathed. Although D.C....

By Penny Hung November 2, 2012

Despite early closures caused by Hurricane Sandy, sales at Students of Georgetown, Inc. services were up significantly this week. According to Chief Financial Officer Vidur Khatri (MSB ’14), sales...

GU Returning to Normalcy in Wake of Hurricane

By Sarah Kaplan October 30, 2012

Having escaped the brunt of Hurricane Sandy, the university and the District began to evaluate damage and resume regular operations Tuesday morning. The Category 1 storm hit the D.C. area in full force...

Campus, DC Brace for Hurricane’s Impact

By Sarah Kaplan October 29, 2012

All Georgetown campuses in the D.C. metropolitan area have been closed Monday and Tuesday as the city readies itself for the worst of Hurricane Sandy. The university issued a shelter-in-place warning...

DC Services to Remain Suspended Tuesday

By Braden McDonald October 29, 2012

Several services in the District of Columbia remained suspended Monday evening, with disruptions expected to continue on Tuesday and later in the week as Hurricane Sandy worsens. An alert from the...

The Five People You’ll Meet During Hurricane Sandy

By Lindsay Lee and Lindsay Lee October 29, 2012

Sandy, you’re the one that we want. Well… at least until the wind, rain and chill sets in… We’re all mutually soaking in the joy at not having classes, but Hurricane Sandy changes people. So here is...

Surviving Sandy: Food Edition

By Michelle Cassidy and Michelle Cassidy October 29, 2012

As Hurricane Sandy descends on the East coast, we're all making last minute preparations before the storm traps us inside. The worst of the storm is yet to come, so if you still need to grab supplies,...

Campus Closed Monday

By Sarah Kaplan October 28, 2012

The university will be closed tomorrow in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy, a Category 1 storm expected to hit the Washington area Monday afternoon, according to university spokeswoman Stacy Kerr. According...

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