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With Marriage Pact, Students Shoot for the Moon for Puny Chance of Love

With Marriage Pact, Students Shoot for the Moon for Puny Chance of Love

By Sofia Nathoo May 6, 2021

“Would you rather leave someone at the altar or be left at the altar?” The answer to this question and 49 others matched Georgetown University students with their optimal romantic partners through...

TESTING TRUISMS: 70 Percent of Hoyas Marry Hoyas?

TESTING TRUISMS: 70 Percent of Hoyas Marry Hoyas?

By Vera Mastrorilli November 28, 2017

The statistic is well-known. Tour guides cheerily relay the fact to prospective Hoyas, and you tease your friends about it when they go on dates. But is the rumor true? Do 70 percent of Hoyas actually...

Why I’m Proud I Changed My Last Name

By Amy Volz November 14, 2014

To the Editor: I read Jasmine White’s “Why I Won’t Ever Change My Last Name” with curiosity … and indignation. I am a Class of 2014 alum and have been married a whopping five months. So clearly,...

Matrimonial Logistics

By Rosa Cuppari October 15, 2014

I can just imagine many of your reactions as you read the above resolution; how dare I, in this era of liberty and independence, dare to advocate that one of the most fundamental aspects of our lives (love!),...

Marriage an Institution Defined by Procreation

By Andrew Schilling April 9, 2013

Advocates of redefining marriage often regard themselves as the champions of equality, justice and human rights. In recent weeks, an enormous head of steam has been generated on this page of The Hoya by...

GU College Republicans Silent on Marriage

By Penny Hung April 9, 2013

Though the College Republicans at the University of Pennsylvania have declared support for same-sex marriage along with at least 50 Democratic and Republican student groups nationwide, the Georgetown University...

Church’s ‘Monopoly on Truth’ Alienates LGBT

By Julia Maddera October 23, 2012

Claiming that you believe in LGBT individuals’ inherent dignity and, in the same breath, telling them that their consensual love is fundamentally disordered requires a peculiar brand of cognitive dissonance,...

My Marriage to a Marine

By Donna Hernandez October 16, 2012

I arrived on the Hilltop as a freshman in 2009. Yet while my classmates were preoccupied with the transition from high school to college, I was prepared for a different transition: My then-boyfriend of...

Double Duty: Married Students Seek Balance

By Matthew Strauss February 16, 2012

Donna Hernandez (SFS '13) eloped with her husband, Eduardo Panyaguy, two weeks into her freshman year at Georgetown. The couple, who met in high school, married beforePanyaguy, a U.S. Marine,...

Till Class Do Us Part: Married Faculty Balance Work, Home Lives

By Elizabeth Garbitelli September 30, 2011

Kathryn Olesko and Wayne Davis have many things in common. Both professors hold leadership positions within their respective departments. Both are heavily involved in the campus community. But what...

The Question of Cohabitation

By Chris Mooney April 1, 2011

Last Friday's dating column in The Guide had an article, "Why We're Making Out, Not Going Out," that ended with this line: "It is not a question of whether you will participate in the hookup culture, but...

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