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

In A Time of Turmoil, Better Together

In A Time of Turmoil, Better Together

By Jess Kelham-Hohler September 18, 2014

When it was announced that a referendum would be held to decide whether Scotland would become independent, I really didn’t care. What the media was trumping up to be one of the most monumental turning...


Georgetown’s Debate Team spends countless hours preparing for its competitions. It has won two national championships in the past three years

Dedicated Debaters Win Big

By Jacqueline Kimmell April 11, 2014

It was 30 seconds before the final round of the National Debate Tournament when Andrew Markoff (SFS ’14) received a final email message from his coach. The subject? Fundamentals. After four years,...

SOFTBALL | Georgetown Falls to ’Nova In Year’s Final Home Series

By Rachel Augostini April 27, 2012

After honoring its two seniors on Senior Day, the Georgetown softball team (19-29, 3-12 Big East) looked to send them off with a triumph against Villanova (30-20, 4-12 Big East) Wednesday. TheHoyas hosted...

Hoyas Look to Stop Skid at ‘Cuse

By Sports Editor and Evan Hollander April 20, 2012

Although a loss to Notre Dame Sunday effectively ended its postseason hopes, Georgetown’s men’s lacrosse team (5-6, 1-2 Big East) will travel to No. 15 Syracuse, trying desperately to salvage a winning...

FOOTBALL: Hoyas Hope to Avoid Homecoming Hangover

By Evan Hollander October 28, 2011

After clinching its first winning season in 12 years, the Georgetown football team (6-2, 2-1 Patriot League) isn't resting on its laurels. Instead, the team is headed into the final three games of...

FIELD HOCKEY: GU Still Searching for Big East Win

By Arik Parnass October 28, 2011

Everybody loves winning championships, but sometimes storybook endings don't need to involve hardware. For senior defender Ai Nishino and senior midfielder Kalli Krumpos, a  win in their final Big...

U.S.Team Needs to Show Progress

By Corey Blaine October 21, 2011

How much is too much patience for the U.S. men's national team? Following a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Ecuador, the hope of Jurgen Klinsmann stepping in as the leader and de facto savior of soccer in America...

GU Debate Program in A League of Its Own

By Taylor Coles and Andrew Markoff October 14, 2011

It's 6:30 a.m. Seventeen people pile into two rental vans, rubbing the last vestiges of sleep from the corners of their eyes. It becomes tougher to focus as reality sets in: another 15 hours of grueling...

MEN’S SOCCER | No. 1 Connecticut Looms for Hoyas

By Keith Levinsky October 11, 2011

Over the past few weeks, Georgetown's men's soccer team (9-3-3, 4-2-0 Big East) has played No. 17 Notre Dame, then-No. 23 West Virginia and the team with the best record in the Big East, Marquette. It...

Florida Trip Puts GU on Right Track

By James Heine March 25, 2011

Spring break is something that every college student looks forward to, but it represents something different for me as a member of the Georgetown baseball team. For us as a team, spring break represents...

Hoyas Knock Out Top-Seeded Terrapins on PKs

By Lawson Ferguson November 16, 2010

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Fresh off the heels of Friday's 5-1 victory over Siena, the first NCAA tournament win in program history, the Georgetown women's soccer team (14-6-2) returned to Ludwig Stadium on the...

Debate Team Returns to National Prominence

By Lauren Weber November 11, 2010

The Georgetown policy debate team's ninth-place national ranking marks a return to heights last seen in the late 1970s, with much of the program's success owed to Richard Day (SFS '14) and Andrew Markoff...

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