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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

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Alumni See Mixed Results in Midterm Elections

By Kristen Fedor November 7, 2014

After the dust settled following Tuesday’s midterm elections, incumbent Georgetown alumni retained their seats in the House of Representatives and the Senate, though challengers and gubernatorial candidates...

Deborah Dingell (SFS ’75, GRD ’98), left, and Nick Troiano (COL ’11, GRD ’13), center, are running to join the 20 Georgetown alumni in Congress. Sandra Fluke (LAW ’12) is running for California State Senate.

Alumni Prepare for Midterm Elections

By Natalie LaRue October 31, 2014

As campaigns enter their final push before midterm elections Tuesday, two Georgetown alumni are clamoring to join the 20 alumni already serving in Congress, while other alumni run for other political seats. Democrat...

Young Alum Considers Run for Congress

By Suzanne Monyak February 25, 2014

Twenty Georgetown alumni currently serve in Congress, 16 of whom were either elected or re-elected in the November 2012 election cycle. Nick Troiano (COL ’11, GRD ’13) is looking to join that group...

Student Leaders Nationwide Weigh in on Debt Ceiling Debate

By Laura Engshuber July 21, 2011

Georgetown University Student Association President Mike Meaney (SFS '12) looked slightly nervous as he stepped up to the microphone. Midway through his speech, he admitted that he did not particularly...

GUSA Leaders Push for Student Voice in Debt Ceiling Debate

By Glenn Russo July 19, 2011

Over 100 student body presidents have signed on to a campaign spearheaded by Georgetown University Student Association President Mike Meaney (SFS '12) that urges leaders in Washington to reach a...

Popular Proposals Vie for Endowment Commission Funds

By Kelly Church April 7, 2011

On heard the top three proposals for spending the $3.4 million left behind by SAFE Reform at Tuesday's meeting, and according to the commission's chairperson, each is a contender for a slice of the pie. The...

Coffee Party Finds Middle Grounds

By Nick Troiano April 20, 2010

The Tea Party protests last week remind us that while incivility and fiery rhetoric make great headlines, they serve as a meager path to progress. The fringe element of the Tea Party undermines the movement's...

GUSA Designs Funding Plan

By Katie Kettle January 22, 2010

On Monday Georgetown University Student Association Finance and Appropriations Committee unanimously passed an act that, if passed by the GUSA Senate, will make the Georgetown Program Board and all five...

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