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

National Cathedral To Replace Confederate Imagery With Art Honoring Black American History

National Cathedral To Replace Confederate Imagery With Art Honoring Black American History

By Lily Shytle October 1, 2021

The Washington National Cathedral has commissioned several art installations centered around racial justice.  The Washington National Cathedral will install new stained-glass windows by 2023,...

VIEWPOINT: Advocate for DC Statehood

VIEWPOINT: Advocate for DC Statehood

By Brian Zhu March 18, 2021

Every four years, on Jan. 6, Congress certifies the Electoral College votes for the next president of the United States. For every election in living memory, the Electoral College certification process...

VIEWPOINT: Make Yourself Uncomfortable

VIEWPOINT: Make Yourself Uncomfortable

By Alexis Smith June 3, 2020

Since 1619, Black Americans have been an afterthought while the white appetite rages constantly for more. Black Americans have been left alone to break the perpetual cycle of lack of opportunity that...

Football | Select Hoyas Kneel During National Anthem

By Aidan Curran September 27, 2016

As the national anthem played before Georgetown football’s team (3-0, 1-0 Patriot League) Homecoming Day game against the Columbia Lions (0-2), 11 members of the Blue and Gray knelt on one knee. Their...

CATHERINE KENNEALLY/THE HOYA
President DeGioia addressed racial injustice and announced four new commitments on Georgetown’s engagement with race in a speech to the Georgetown community on Feb. 4.

DeGioia Addresses Racial Injustice

By Molly Cooke February 9, 2016

University President John J. DeGioia announced four new commitments to address Georgetown’s engagement with race, including the expansion of African American studies to include a major, during his...

COURTESY Courtney Maduike
GUWOC Outreach Chair Courtney Maduike (SFS ’17) led a panel on diversity and race with Ayo Aruleba (COL ’17), Asha Thanki (SFS ’17), Gilda Gallardo (COL ’17) and Tanner Davis (SFS ’17).

Students Discuss Diverse Experiences of Race at Georgetown

By Syed Humza Moinuddin February 5, 2016

Georgetown University Women of Color hosted its annual "Race at Georgetown" dialogue in an effort to discuss issues of race and diversity within the larger campus community in the Intercultural Center...

DeGioia Announces African American Studies Department

By Syed Humza Moinuddin February 5, 2016

University President John J. DeGioia announced a plan for four new commitments designed to address racial injustice and progress for racial equality both on campus and nationally in an address to the community...

First Black Undergraduate Dies

By Elizabeth Garbitelli March 28, 2012

Samuel Halsey Jr. (SFS ’53), who died last month at the age of 87, left behind three siblings, four children and more than a dozen grandchildren and great-grandchildren. But he also left an enduring...

Load More Stories

Comments (0)

All The Hoya Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest