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Georgetown University | Georgetown University College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) announced the creation of the First Fellows program for first-generation limited-income students to provide students mentorship and academic support through a $2.8 million graduate donation on Feb. 26.
College to Launch First-Generation Student Fellowship With $2.8 Million Gift
By Maren Fagan, Academics Desk Editor • February 29, 2024

The Georgetown University College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) received a $2.8 million gift to fund the creation of a new first-generation fellowship...

Sofi Dippel/The Hoya | Several hundred Georgetown students and faculty protested an event held by Campus Ministry Feb. 27 that featured three members of the Israel Defense Force.
Israeli Soldiers Panel Sparks Student, Faculty Protests
By Catherine Alaimo, Lauren Doherty and Jack Willis, Senior News Editors and Executive Editor • February 29, 2024

CW: This article discusses violence and death in Israel and Gaza, as well as antisemitism. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and...

Georgetown Community Remembers Matteo Sachman at Memorial Mass
Georgetown Community Remembers Matteo Sachman at Memorial Mass
By Paulina Inglima and Evie Steele February 28, 2024

The Georgetown University community honored the life of Matthew “Matteo” Sachman in a memorial mass...

Haan Jun Lee/The Hoya | Georgetown Students Against Starbucks (GSAS) hosted union workers at a Feb. 22 panel followed by a rally in Red Square to call on Georgetown University to end its contract with Aramark, the university’s primary food service provider which has a license agreement with Starbucks, which has received nationwide criticism for union busting.
Georgetown Students Against Starbucks Hosts Union Workers, Holds Rally to Remove Starbucks from Campus
By Caroline Rareshide, Managing Editor • February 23, 2024

Georgetown Students Against Starbucks (GSAS) hosted union workers at a Feb. 22 panel followed by a rally...

@ashleyhayek/X | The Georgetown Heckler has faced criticism after members drew butts on their foreheads in Red Square on Feb. 14, in celebration of what they called “Ass Wednesday.”
Satirical Rendering of Ash Wednesday as ‘Ass Wednesday’ Draws Pushback
By Paulina Inglima, City Desk Editor • February 23, 2024

The Georgetown Heckler, a humor and satire magazine based at Georgetown University, has faced criticism...

Georgetown University / Student interns, faculty members and graduate data fellows will now be able to help analyze the 2024 elections, including the primaries and general election, as part of a collaboration between Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy (MPP) and Decision Desk (DDHQ), an election results reporting website and service.
Decision Desk HQ Selects McCourt School as 2024 Election Hub
By Aamir Jamil February 23, 2024

Student interns, faculty members and graduate data fellows will now be able to help analyze the 2024...


GUHoyas | Senior guard Kelsey Ransom shined on senior day, finishing with a career-high 31 points in the 70-63 win over Butler.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL | Ransom’s Career Game Seals Senior Day Win
By Oliver Ni, Senior Sports Editor • February 29, 2024

Even after the conclusion of the Georgetown women’s basketball team’s victory over Butler, senior guard Kelsey Ransom was not done scoring. In...

GUHoyas | Sophomore guard Jayden Epps shined with 33 points, 5 assists and 4 rebounds in Georgetowns 77-76 win over DePaul.
MEN’S BASKETBALL | Hoyas Survive Late Scare Behind Another Epps Masterclass
By Michael Santos, Sports Staff Writer • February 29, 2024
Instagram @hoyasoftball | Georgetown softball had a tough weekend in Tennessee, with Big East play right around the corner.
SOFTBALL | Hoyas Finish 1-4 in the Frost Classic Tournament in Chattanooga
By Faith Specter, Sports Staff Writer • February 29, 2024
GUHoyas | Georgetown womens lacrosse suffered a disappointing 20-4 loss to Harvard, despite a promising start to the season.
WOMEN’S LACROSSE | Still Winless at Home, Hoyas Fall 20-4 to Harvard
By John Ehrmann, Sports Staff Writer • February 29, 2024
GUHoyas | Senior attackman Aidan Carroll put the game-winning goal in the back of net to defeat No. 1 Notre Dame in overtime.
MEN’S LACROSSE | Georgetown Takes Down No. 1 Notre Dame in Overtime Thriller
By Vincent Petropoulos, Special to The Hoya • February 26, 2024

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BMDT’s ‘Angels Sin Too’ Paints a Nuanced Portrait of Humanity Through Dance
By Jasmine Criqui, Senior Guide Editor • February 28, 2024

Georgetown University’s Black Movements Dance Theatre (BMDT), an academic dance group, held its annual spring concert in the Davis Performing...

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‘Bob Marley: One Love’ Is The Quintessential Formulaic Biopic
By Ethan Hill, Hoya Staff Writer • February 28, 2024

As it turns out, it’s exceptionally easy to make a musical biopic. Step one: pick your favorite musical artist, preferably popular before...

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On Your Radar: Washington, D.C. Living
By Elizabethe Bogrette, Deputy Guide Editor • February 28, 2024

Government Hockey Games Spend your Saturday watching the FBI and Secret Service ditch their uniforms in favor of hockey pads. Tickets to the...


Georgetown University | The Medical Humanities Initiative hosted an interdisciplinary discussion highlighting research on biosecurity analysis and the ethics of using patient data in medical studies.
Medical Humanities Initiative Holds Conversation About New Faculty Research
By Ruth Noll, Science Writer • March 1, 2024

The Medical Humanities Initiative, a program that engages social science and the humanities to reconceptualize medicine’s social, cultural...

Center For Neuroengineering Hosts Seminar on Ethics Integration in Neuroscience Research
Center For Neuroengineering Hosts Seminar on Ethics Integration in Neuroscience Research
By Henry Ren February 29, 2024

A philosophy professor from the University of Washington (UW) discussed her efforts to integrate ethics into neurotechnology research. The...

Maloy Lecture: USAID Administrator Talks Promoting Longevity
Maloy Lecture: USAID Administrator Talks Promoting Longevity
By Lily Coulter February 29, 2024

A surgeon and global health administrator delivered the annual Maloy Distinguished Lecture in Global Health, hosted Feb. 20 by the Georgetown...


Spain to Seoul: Religion and Reflection in Global Seminars
Spain to Seoul: Religion and Reflection in Global Seminars
By Jack Willis, Executive Editor • February 23, 2024

After graduating from college in the 1970s, Fr. Ron Anton, S.J., spent the summer with his roommates traipsing through the Greek isles and sleeping...

Georgetown University / Leticia Bode, a professor in Georgetown University’s Communication, Culture and Technology (CCT) graduate program, is working to study misinformation and the changing political landscape ahead of the 2024 elections.
PROFILE: As 2024 Election Looms, Professor Leticia Bode Tackles Misinformation in Politics
By Erin Saunders February 15, 2024
From Downtown to the Hilltop: CALL Transfers Reflect on Campus Experiences
From Downtown to the Hilltop: CALL Transfers Reflect on Campus Experiences
By Hayley Young February 8, 2024
Bill Auth/The Hoya | Although sports may not be the main draw for some students applying to Georgetown today, many Hoyas look back fondly on the peak of Georgetown basketball in the 1980s.
Bleeding Blue, Gray: Tracing Georgetown School Spirit Through the Ages
By Luna Elkhoury November 30, 2023
Oh Rats! Hoyas Say Georgetown’s Rodent Problem Grows
Oh Rats! Hoyas Say Georgetown’s Rodent Problem Grows
By Alex Goodale November 17, 2023
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