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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

I Am

By Thomas Lloyd May 14, 2015

For four years I have helped design, order and distribute shirts with two seemingly simple words.  I am. While normally associated with Coming Out Day and OUTober, these shirts have found new meaning...

Daniel Cardinali (SFS ’88) delivered the keynote at the IgnatianQ conference Sunday in the Healey Family Student Center.

Keynote Reflects on Jesuit Values in LGBTQ Identity

By Alicia Che March 31, 2015

President of the Communities in Schools network, Daniel Cardinali (SFS ’88), delivered a keynote address on sexual identity and the role of Jesuit values in LGBTQ issues at the second annual IgnatianQ...

Defending Our RAs’ Rights

By The Editorial Board November 18, 2014

After resident assistant Thomas Lloyd (SFS ’15) reported a Georgetown student in possession of ricin, whom he believed to be both willing and able to kill another student, it would have been reasonable...

Amid debate over RA rights, a poster advertises the position to students.

RA Rights Await Clarification

By Suzanne Monyak and Katherine Richardson November 18, 2014

Following widespread student concerns about the treatment of resident assistants and enforcement of the confidentiality policies all RAs must sign governing their interactions with residents, the university...

Ricin Response Questioned

By Suzanne Monyak November 14, 2014

Questions raised this week surrounding the university’s handling of former student Daniel Milzman’s March arrest for making ricin in his dorm room and the aftermath for those involved on campus have...

Lexi Dever (COL ’16), center, takes part in Coming Out Day in Red Square Oct. 11.

Transgender Students Enter Campus Spotlight

By Emma Hinchliffe April 25, 2014

Last year’s Year in Review highlighted the progression of LGBTQ student groups on campus, as well as LGBTQ rights nationally, as evidenced by the legalization of gay marriage in states across the...

LLOYD: Show Love Through Action

LLOYD: Show Love Through Action

By Thomas Lloyd April 15, 2014

Last weekend, I had the pleasure of being part of the Georgetown delegation to the inaugural “IgnatianQ” Conference at Fordham University. This conference was a chance for LGBTQ students to network...


Last year’s GenderFunk Drag Ball, hosted by GU Pride was an exciting night of music and self-expression, and this year’s event promises to be even better.

Gender Reimagined

By Hannah Kaufman April 11, 2014

This Saturday from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m., Copley Formal Lounge will transform into a place of liberation, experimentation and pure entertainment. April 12 marks the ninth annual GenderFunk, a conglomeration...

LLOYD: A Search for Dignity in Disagreement

By Thomas Lloyd April 1, 2014

If serving as the president of GU Pride, running for Georgetown University Student Association president and the “Utraque Unum” campaign has taught me one thing, it is that students at Georgetown love...

The project features altered images of figures, such as University President John J. DeGioia, top, and LGBTQ Resource Director Shiva Subbaraman.

Project Explores Gender Identity

By Mallika Sen March 21, 2014

A student-orchestrated project has attracted attention to issues of gender identity and expression, eliciting mixed reactions to the depiction of prominent figures in drag. Thomas Lloyd (SFS ’15)...

‘Utraque Unum’ Mistranslated

By The Editorial Board March 21, 2014

In recent years, Red Square has become the focal point of student free speech. From this month’s XL Dissent protests against the Keystone pipeline to the constant presence of unrecognized student groups...

Candidates Surveyed on Disability for Second Year

By Matt Gregory February 27, 2014

For the second year in a row, disability advocate Lydia Brown (COL ’15) sent a survey to all Georgetown University Student Association executive candidates addressing disability issues on campus and...

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