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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Mitt Romney Talks the State of U.S. Politics, the Republican Party at Georgetown University

By Paulina Inglima October 20, 2023

Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) said the rise of misinformation and performative politics is hurting American democracy in a moderated discussion at Georgetown University. “Politics itself has become...

GUPOLITICS/FACEBOOK | GU Politics Executive Director Mo Elleithee (SFS ’94) spoke with Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) for just over an hour and a half about how to address challenges to Americas leadership domestically and abroad during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Romney Criticizes Trump Administration’s Pandemic Response in GU Politics Event

By Kelly Anderson May 14, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is a stark reminder of the challenges posed by globalization, waning U.S. leadership and the ineptitude of the Trump administration, Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) said in a virtual...

What’s A Boya?

What’s A Boya?

By Izzy Roemer and Izzy Roemer March 21, 2018

All Hoya ladies know that, like rats and out-of-order bathroom stalls, f--kboys abound on the Hilltop. See Snakes of Georgetown to learn about GU's most prevalent demographic. The mixture of confidence,...

Score Some Election Day Freebies

By Michelle Cassidy and Michelle Cassidy November 6, 2012

Did you vote in the general election? If your answer was no, shame on you -- head out right now, you can register on site to vote in D.C. The Duke Ellington School is a polling place, and they're open...

PIERRO: Third Party Appeal the Real Deal

By Daniel Pierro October 23, 2012

This weekend I visited a friend at the University of Maryland. Her sorority house was buzzing in light of the highly

MILLER: Bush Comparisons Worn Thin

MILLER: Bush Comparisons Worn Thin

By Hannah Miller October 23, 2012

Let’s get this straight: Mitt Romney is not George Bush.

STIRRETT: To Understand US, Look to VA

By Scott Stirrett October 23, 2012

  One only has to cross the Key Bridge to be in one of the most competitive swing states in the country — not only for the presidential election but for the senate race as well, with former Democratic...

Sunday Night Wrapup: Debates and Baseball

By Edward Lee and Edward Lee October 7, 2012

No doubt that most of you are drained from all the midterms and papers you've been having to get through. But, you have no excuses now because of the three day weekend (thank you, Christopher Columbus)....

STIRRETT: Campaign Differences Come Into Focus

By Scott Stirrett September 25, 2012

Mitt Romney’s getting desperate. It’s only six weeks to Election Day, and President Obama’s lead in swing states is only increasing. An early sign that a campaign is going downhill is when the...

MILLER: Don’t Read Into the Narrative

By Hannah Miller September 25, 2012

Mitt Romney had better get his foot out of his mouth soon. The trend of off-color remarks — stretching back to what seemed to be racist comments during his summer visit to the Middle East and, most recently,...

Beauty Pageant RNC Needs Makeover

By Evan Hollander September 3, 2012

If politics is a beauty pageant for ugly people, political conventions are the moment when the winner — dressed by a coterie of consultants — gets to gush about his family and talk breathlessly about...

Miller: Ads Versus Ground Game in Fight for 270

By Hannah Miller August 28, 2012

The Republican presidential ticket is complete and the official nomination just a day away, yet it remains unclear which candidate will have the edge in this election. If the 2008 campaign showed anything,...

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