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

ANC 2E Votes in Lockstep

By Braden McDonald September 6, 2013

In a city notorious for political gridlock, the elected body that oversees neighborhood of Georgetown, Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E, has voted almost exclusively with unanimity in the past...

Secret Society Disclosure Brings Focus to Appelbaum Campaign

By Danny Funt and Braden McDonald February 20, 2013

An anonymous Facebook profile, “StewardThroat Hoya,” has shaken up the GUSA presidential election less than 24 hours before voting begins with allegations regarding the involvement of presidential...

ANC Candidate Hopes to Spark Student Awareness

By Kelly Church April 27, 2012

Share on email   After Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E completed a redistricting process this year, it is likely that students will have a chance to win two spots on the...

New GUSA Executive Appoints Staff

By Sam Rodman March 18, 2012

Georgetown University Student Association President Clara Gustafson (SFS ’13) and Vice President Vail Kohnert-Yount (SFS ’13) were inaugurated Saturday, ushering in a new staff and a new set of...

ANC Debates Food Trucks

By Sarah Patrick February 27, 2012

Discussion of new food truck regulations monopolized the Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E'smonthly meeting Monday night. The commission voted to send a letter to the D.C. Department of Consumer...

New Perspectives for ANC

By The Editorial Board February 23, 2012

The Advisory Neighborhood Commission offers students a unique opportunity to hold elected office before they graduate from college, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're best suited for the job. As...

Sticka to Seek Candidates for ANC

By Sarah Patrick February 16, 2012

As the end of his term on Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E approaches, Jake Sticka (COL '13) is set to begin recruiting students to run for the two student seats on the commission up for a vote in November. Recruited...

GU Likely to Gain One Seat on Redrawn ANC

By Esteban Garcia January 19, 2012

The D.C. Council recently redrew the map of the District's Advisory Neighborhood Commissions in a move that could increase Georgetown's representation in the local ANC from one to two seats. Ten years...

Working Group Eyes More Student Representation on ANC

By Mariah Byrne August 17, 2011

A working group mapping out the redistricting process for Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E, the body that oversees Georgetown and the surrounding community, plans to strengthen the student voice in...

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