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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

After the dissolution of the Office of International Programs this summer, the newly created Office of Global Education and the Office of Global Services share their predecessor’s rooms in the Car Barn.

OIP Dissolves Into Offices for Education, Services

By Katherine Richardson September 12, 2014

The Office of International Programs split into two offices this summer — the Office of Global Education, which will manage study abroad and international education, and the Office of Global Services,...

In iWeek, Georgetown Celebrates Student Diversity

By Emma Iannini and Caroline Welch April 16, 2013

This week, students will take a break from studying to learn Greek dancing, play cricket and cook African food as part of iWeek, a celebration of international students’ cultures sponsored by the...

Leaving Behind Constraints

By Natasha Khan April 9, 2013

For most students, “leave of absence” is euphemistic for something serious. Often prompted by medical emergencies or academic stress, they are seen to disrupt the flow of academic progress and...

OIP Monitors Protests

By Braden McDonald September 18, 2012

The Office of International Programs is closely monitoring its study abroad programs across the globe in response to the wave of violent anti-American protests that have spread throughout much of the Muslim...

Students Settle In at Alternatives to Cairo

By Heather Flynn February 25, 2011

Though the American University in Cairo reopened the week of Feb. 14, none of the 15 Georgetown students who began their semesters there will return. University spokeswoman Julie Bataille stated that...

Students Undaunted By Europe Warning

By Mary Murphy October 8, 2010

The U.S. State Department issued a terrorism warning for travelers in Europe on Oct. 4, but so far the notification has not significantly affected the 200 Georgetown students studying across the pond this...

OIP Relocates to Car Barn, New Office More Tech Savvy

By Stephen Levy September 3, 2010

The Office of International Programs moved a few blocks to the Car Barn this summer, expanding the office space available to students eager to consult with the department's staff on study abroad options. On...

Study Abroad Programs Decrease in Length on Campuses Across the Nation

By Aaron Terrazas April 16, 2004

During the sweltering summer of 2002, Dillon Smith (SFS '07) found himself standing on Paris' famed Champs Elysees amid a mob of tourists, cycling enthusiasts and curiosity-seekers alike. As a summer...

Initiative Creates Opportunities For Community Service Abroad

By Kerry McIntosh November 14, 2003

Georgetown students will soon have the opportunity to continue the university's tradition of community service while studying abroad. A community-based learning abroad initiative will allow students...

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