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

FOOTBALL | GU Adds 23 Recruits on National Signing Day

FOOTBALL | GU Adds 23 Recruits on National Signing Day

By Dan Crosson February 12, 2018

The Georgetown football team added 23 recruits to its incoming class on National Signing Day last Wednesday, Feb. 7. The 23 new signees bring the total number of incoming football recruits to 28, after...

The Georgetown mens basketball team currently sits at 13-8 on the season and 3-7 in Big East play.

COMMENTARY | At Pivotal Point in Season, Hoyas’ Fate Still Undecided

By George Brennan February 1, 2018

It was an overcast Friday morning Jan. 25, and Georgetown Head Coach Patrick Ewing (CAS ’85) sauntered through the Thompson Athletic Center alongside freshman forward Jamorko Pickett. Pickett, in his...

The Seven Personalities At Recruiting Events

The Seven Personalities At Recruiting Events

By Charlie Fritz and Charlie Fritz March 30, 2017

Believe it or not, recruiting for internships in banking for the summer of 2018 is already starting. Yes, while some of us can barely find jobs (or pretty much anything to do) for this summer, the aspiring...

VIEWPOINT: Reevaluate Campus Career Search

By Mike Schaub November 1, 2016

Fall recruiting is well under way at Georgetown, and while this is an exciting time on campus, it can also cause stress for students. Recently, the editorial board of Duke University’s The Chronicle...

Q/A: Adam Paegle Talks Campus Recruiting

By Gracie Hochberg September 9, 2016

Adam Paegle (COL ’13) only applied to one college out of high school, and he seems to have made the right call. After spending his undergraduate years at Georgetown University as a career informational...


App Aims to Be Tinder for Job Market

By Jessie Yu November 20, 2015

Swipe, swipe, swipe, match. You’re hired. Well, it may require more than a few swipes to get hired, but nspHire starts the conversation by matching employers and job seekers through a quick swiping...

Basketball Preview | Recruiting Focuses on History, Location

Basketball Preview | Recruiting Focuses on History, Location

By Tyler Park November 13, 2015

Jagan Mosely was torn. The 6-foot-3-inch guard had just finished his junior season at St. Anthony’s High School in Jersey City, N.J. He averaged 13 points per game, led his team to a 28-2 record...


Men’s Basketball | The Fantastic Five

By Sam Abrams November 14, 2014

After missing the NCAA tournament and being knocked out in the second round of the NIT, the Hoyas needed a spark. Luckily, the Hoyas’ recruiting efforts gave them a fire. As ESPN’s seventh-best...

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Students are in the midst of navigating the recruiting process to score competitive jobs and internships in the financial world.

Students Vie for Internships

By Aaron Lewis and Editor-in-Chief March 21, 2014

It can be hard to imagine working 80-hour weeks during summer vacation while friends are traveling abroad or relaxing, but Georgetown students interested in the sometimes cutthroat world of finance...

In Hunt for Jobs, Every Point Counts

By Aaron Shuermann August 30, 2013

It’s fall again, and for the McDonough School of Business, that means recruiting season. During the fall, it becomes easy to forget that you’re in the political center of the free world. That is because...

Thompson III Lands Fourth Recruit

By Dave Finn and Kevin Wessel March 25, 2010

It is still unknown whether center Greg Monroe will enter the NBA draft or return for his junior season, but either way the Hoyas have bolstered their frontcourt depth for next season. According to The...

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