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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Sailing | Smooth Seas Ease Opening Stretch

Sailing | Smooth Seas Ease Opening Stretch

By Tyler Welsh October 7, 2016

The Georgetown sailing team competed this past weekend in the Kings Point Dinghy Open, the Intrepid Trophy and the Jesuit Interconference, in which it placed first, second and fourth, respectively. Head...

Field Hockey | Despite Defensive Efforts, GU Falls

By Emily Dalton September 20, 2016

After a scoreless first half, Georgetown field hockey (2-6, 0-1 Big East) conceded four goals to Yale (4-2) in just under six minutes, ultimately dropping the game 4-2. The loss comes off the back of...

BARTON: Upsets Captivate Fan Base

BARTON: Upsets Captivate Fan Base

By Nick Barton March 22, 2016

Each year, March Madness captivates the attention of an entire nation. Whether Cinderella 15 seeds like Middle Tennessee State (25-10, 13-5 Conference USA) shock fans by upsetting a tournament favorite,...

Staffer of the Week: Matthew De Silva

Staffer of the Week: Matthew De Silva

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein March 9, 2015

Once a week, The Hoya recognizes one or two staffers who have done a particularly awesome job — now you can get to know about them, too. Here’s our interview with Staffer of the Week, Matthew De...


Book Review: ‘The Opposite of Loneliness’

By Matthew De Silva July 30, 2014

★★★★★ She graduated magna cum laude from Yale in May 2012. She was a talented actress and dedicated political activist. She served as president of the Yale College Democrats and had a promising...

WOMEN’S SOCCER | Kroening, Croboz Net Two Each in 8-0 Blowout

By Tom Schnoor September 17, 2013

The No. 12 Georgetown women’s soccer team has the momentum of a freight train— and shows no signs of stopping. The undefeated Hoyas (7-0) cruised to an easy 8-0 win over Yale (3-1) Friday afternoon...

WOMEN’S SOCCER | Hoyas Look for Seventh Straight Win Over Yale

By Tom Schnoor September 13, 2013

For the No. 12 Georgetown women’s soccer team, the 2013 season couldn’t have started out any better. Exactly one-third of a way through their regular season schedule, the Hoyas sit at a perfect...

FOOTBALL | Hoyas Ready for Next Ivy

By Josh Simmons September 21, 2012

After dropping their sixth-straight game against Yale last Saturday, Georgetown’s football team (2-1) must rebound quickly as they take on another Ivy League opponent when they travel to Princeton (0-1)...

FOOTBALL | For Sixth Year, GU Falls to Yale

By Josh Simmons September 18, 2012

With 40 seconds to go and the ball on Yale’s 17-yard line in Saturday’s football game, Georgetown junior quarterback Aaron Aiken lofted a pass toward the corner of the end zone. But what could...

Happy and Stressed Out—Sounds About Right

By Michelle Cassidy and Michelle Cassidy August 6, 2012

Newsweek has released its 2012 college rankings, and it turns out we’re one of the happiest colleges in America! Also one of the most stressed. Georgetown was ranked the sixth happiest and eighth most...

Georgetown Battles Back Into Contention

By Evan Hollander April 27, 2012

For more than a decade, the Georgetown football team was a laughingstock on campus. Having notched 11 consecutive losing seasons, the squad attracted neither buzz nor crowds. That changed last fall. When...

TOPOROFF: Occupiers Spurn Academia

By Andrew Toporoff October 21, 2011

Though initially dismissed as merely the work of hippie protestors, the Occupy Together movement has been steadily gaining credibility, particularly in the eyes of the media. Yet in its current form, the...

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