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

DC Economic Growth Ranks Low

By Charlotte Allen December 8, 2015

Cost-information website released a report based on the Bureau of Economic Analysis 2014 statistics indicating that Washington, D.C.’s economic growth lags behind other major U.S. metropolitan...

CARR: An Era Defined by Phantom Recession

By Mallory Carr January 16, 2015

At the beginning of every year, pundits and commentators feel compelled to sum up the entire previous 12 months’ happenings into easily digestible tidbits largely for click-bait. Simplifying an entire...

Holder Not Responsible for Economic Disparity

By Jonathan Marrow October 3, 2014

To The Editor: I find deeply tenuous Hunter Main’s argument (“With Race, Holder’s Weak Action,” The Hoya, Sept. 30, A3) that Attorney General Eric Holder’s racial legacy is murky due to his...

College Enrollment Dips Nationwide

By Kshithij Shrinath May 16, 2014

The percentage of students choosing to enroll in college from high school has steadily declined since the end of the recession in 2009, sparking concerns about demographic changes in the national student...

Columnist Examines Poverty in Black America

By Molly DePippo April 5, 2013

Former New York Times columnist Bob Herbert called for increased attention to poverty facing black America in a lecture Thursday evening. Sponsored by the Georgetown University Library Associates and...

Occupiers on Target

By Ricky Garza October 28, 2011

Divisive, messy and disorganized, the protesters currently occupying Zuccotti Park in Manhattan have been derided for everything from their hairstyles to their skewed demographics, which lean toward...

The Quick Dish

By Kaley Beins February 4, 2011

Ending a relationship is always difficult. You may ask yourself: When should I call things off? How should I break up with my significant other? Maybe even, who will rebound first? But I bet the one...

Area Businesses Bounce Back From Recession

By Caitlin Mac Neal January 21, 2011

With fewer stores closing their doors and new establishments selling everything from sports apparel to pinball museum tickets, the Georgetown area appears to be recovering from the recession. After a...

Minority Unemployment Increases

By Mariah Byrne October 19, 2010

The impact of the recession has been especially hard on minority communities and those lacking a college degree in D.C., a city already plagued by one of the highest unemployment rates in the nation, according...

Georgetown Real Estate

By Neil Quinn September 3, 2010

Housing in Georgetown is expensive: Current rates start at $175,000 for a studio apartment in Foxhall and reach $20 million for a mansion on Prospect Street. But that doesn't necessarily mean it is selling...

Marriott CEO Notes Shift in Consumer Tastes<

By Stephen Levy April 13, 2010

Rather than give a traditional lecture, J.W. "Bill" Marriott, CEO and owner of Marriott International, sat down on Monday afternoon in Lohrfink Auditorium for an interview with current employee Kathleen...

Think Outside the Internship Box

By The Editorial Board March 30, 2010

The hunt for the perfect summer internship consumes many a college student between January and April of every year. Internships provide students the chance to explore (or weed out) possible career paths,...

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