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

Appelbaum, Cleary Sign Diversity Pledge With MEChA

By Eitan Sayag February 20, 2013

Jack Appelbaum (COL ’14) and Maggie Cleary (COL ’14) pledged to enhance diversity, cultural inclusion and understanding at Georgetown on Tuesday. The Pledge of Action forDiversity and Inclusion...

Board Stands by Appelbaum and Cleary

By The Editorial Board February 20, 2013

Early this morning, an anonymous leak revealed online that GUSA presidential candidate JackAppelbaum (COL ’14) is a member of the Second Society of Stewards. In an interview with The Hoya,Appelbaum confirmed...

Stewards Issue Statement on Appelbaum Membership

By City News Editor February 20, 2013

The following is an official statement issued Wednesday morning from the Second Stewards Society in response to the article "Secret Society Disclosure Brings Focus to Appelbaum Campaign." It was submitted...

GUSA Debate Tweet Fuels Controversy

By Danny Funt February 18, 2013

A tweet from the official Georgetown University Student Association Twitter account fueled controversy during tonight’s GUSA debate regarding the GUSA executive’s support for the Appelbaum and...

With One Week Left, Race a Dead Heat

By Danny Funt February 15, 2013

The ticket of Jack Appelbaum   (COL ’14) and Maggie Cleary (COL ’14) is running neck and neck with Nate Tisa(SFS ’14) and Adam Ramadan (SFS ’14) in the GUSAexecutive campaign, according...

Experience to Further Reform

By Maggie Cleary and Jack Appelbaum February 15, 2013

Many students on campus often ask why the Georgetown University Student Association matters. The answer is simple: It matters because it represents the student voice across campus and fiercely advocates...

Vote Appelbaum and Cleary GUSA Exec

By The Editorial Board February 15, 2013

When students go to the polls — or rather, open up their browsers — on Feb. 21, they will cast their votes for the Georgetown University Student Association’s next president and vice president. It...

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